Bradford County telegraph
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00027795/03412
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: February 1, 1956
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
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System ID: UF00027795:03412
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Danc Saturday' Beardy Bradford: Students 0 I 4 4 Hogs Taken

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Polio Drive Eyed uwIfeven ili! -.tE Still Destroyed

_-S-;: ffla IIItj1 For Thefts Here

As Missing GoalA ,' I In Lawtey AreaA "

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plea for "Bradford Countiansto \ 1j moonshine still in a pasture Duncan 9; Face More Charges
1 about three and a half miles
and contribute .
State Bank shows the "dig deeper
The Community .1
new appearanceof I t northwest of Lawtey that was
.. Leroy Addison, 19-year-old Starke
more" was issued this week by .youth, was sentenced
the architectural construction entered the
'drawings as :> i1 "about ready to run" was destroyed -
Monday by Circuit Judge George L. Patten to six
March Dimes .. I years in
of Campaign ,
final S. of the officials said this '
stages. Willjam Terry, one by Sheriff P. D. Red- State Prison two for and
years breaking entering each of
week that openi .date for the bank has been set for on or Chairman Mrs. Charles Dinkinsas dish and Deputies Fate Brown three
Bradford County establishments
about!March 1. (Wring, flooring and driveway constructionare the 1957 polio drive nearedits and Russell Redding Wednesday. spree while AWOL from the DeFuniak during Springs a jail.thieving His

among the details yet to be completed. climax with the March of the students at Bradford High School are getting Into the morning.
y companion Charles Duncan. 26 of North Carolina
was sentenced
Dimes Dance Saturday night. beard growing activity in preparation the Starke Centennial. Sheriff Reddish said that no
at the site and to nine years in State Prison.. three vears on each of
Death Mrs. Dinkins struck a pessimistic Barbara Bates (left) and Helen Kelly admire (?) the woolly adornments one was .no arrests - '" ----- --- ----- --
In Road the
Manslaughter Charge made. Four hogs in a pen counts.The '
notle"as: she reported cultivated by, 1-r, Henry Lawson, Mike GoWwire and Billy
were the only items confiscatedby youths pleaded guilty to
that the campaign will have difficulty FuelOilBoost
Tor de. .
the officers. harges of.: breaking and entering :
in reaching' its quota
-. Of Girl .Dismissed Against Tracker Unless the people of ,Bradford The sheriff said that 25 bar- Quigley and Davis' store and the

County give their support to Andrews Tells Progress: rels of mash were destroyed. No Blue Chip Drive-In on SR 16 on Deals City BlowThe
shine hand Jan. 17 and James Waters'
the program Mrs. Dinkins said, was on but that a grocery

missed Manslaughter Monday charges against,were Luke dis- and sputtered to a atop. the local chapter will be in dan- In Plans For CentennialA l batch would have been ready to store in Lawtey on Jan. 19.

Williams Negro ,driver of the 2.) He had his lights burning ger of losing its charter. If that run Wednesday night or'Thurs'day A fourth base accumulated budget of Starke, as well as

truck which was involved in the: when the car driven by Lester happens any citizen here get- and another batch in a few here by the pair during their the budgets of many Florida

jlU3 in which I.Cohen of Long Island N.Y. plowed ting the crippling disease would major portion of the organi- days. The pot would have contained week's leave from jail is still cities and power companies, was

highway wnashap Karen. Cohen suffered into the rear of the truck. not be eligible for funds from zation that will stage Starke'a Concert five or six barrels, 'the pending in County Court This is dealt a blow this month by an in-

fatal 9-year-old injuries. Less; Than 5 Minutes the foundation. mammoth Centennial and Coun. Group sheriff said. He estimated it a malicious mischief charge .accusing crease in fuel oil prices.

tywide Festival in May has"now had been there about 30 days.. tlteM" of dumping a stolen For Starke the increase was
T. A. Yawn ruled 3.) He had been stopped less: The final, fund raising
County Judge
that from the evidence produced than five minutes when the crash ties will get underway activi-l been set up, according chairman to Guy of 200 In The still, oh the edge of p auto into a sink hole near Brooker. one cent a gallon, a seemingly I
general Signs
occurred. curtain rings up on the annual dried up creek, was discovered insignificant increase but when
and on the basis the authority
the committee in charge of arranging -
in Austin v, state. and Thompson 4.) He had stationed his traveling dance at the USO Building at Tuesday afternoon by Deputy Other Charges multiplied by the thousands of
and staging the colorful Redding while he was chasing a Besides the cases in Bradford gallons used in the city power
v. State (Florida Supreme companion, Henry Calhoun 9 p. m. Saturday. eventFestivities' '
Court cases) there! was ';not at. the 'rear of the truck with Music for the festivities will Member DriveElden Lawtey resident who had escaped County Addison and Duncan are plant a very significant amountof
will continue for from TB of and stealing money results. Also alarming
hold a flashlight. a hospital' The! accused breaking,jail
prpbable cause to the defendant be provided by "The Starlight-
one full week, starting Monday, law 'the officials is the fact that thisis
/ 5.When the crash occurred he ers," composed of Charlene Har- officers watched -i a truck in Walton County
May 6, with parades, historic Mathews, president of it Tuesday night and Wednes- and stealing cars in Jackson and the second increase since the
was flares
unhooking from the Searing :
David Canova
Burge -
The both based circumstances dy
cares, on -
decorations he Bradford ,Area Mutual Con- !
window displays, : but budget was formulated.
day visited counties.
morning ,
similar to side of the truck to place on the Jerome Edwards, and El- no one Duval
: souvenirs, and, celebrities all con- cert, Association. amourced yesteiday : 'it.
road. Addison also faces a two year City Clerk Carl Johns estimates -
den Mathews.
which the based charges established against Williams that- Brown testified that two lightsin I tributing to the gala affair. that the membership drive Reddish said that' the still'sowner prison term imposed by judge that the,,price boost will cost
were High point of the
charges the rear of the truck were I Among the outstanding events vvts an outstanding success withmort" had apparently seen the Patten during the fall term of the city more than $9,000 over the-
manslaughter would nothold will be the crowning of Marchof
unless the defendant was clearly visible when he arrivedon Three planned will be a contest to Select than 200 me.-nbes. obtained activity around the still and Circuit Court for stealing an auto budgeted amount. About 60,000
of the scene a few minutes, after Dimes queen. pretty a Centennial Queen, and the fur the initial concert s?ries. stayed away.Forged. from a Starke lot. The judge had gallons of fuel oil is used in the
guilty gross, willfnU negli- contestants-Nancy Bates, SylvIa '
S the wreck. A third had been gala Centennial Ball, which will The FestivaJ Synphonette' will recommended at the time that power plant every month. Since
gence. Paulk and Flora Slade-
Pre\enthe Moves knocked out by Cohen's car. climax a the festive week. Special be the first attract'on in the series the two years be served at Apal the price increases the city pays
: have been contributionsfor
At the hearing No Room At Side seeking I religious services on Sunday, May and will be presented _Thurs- Check lachee Correctional Institute. He 11.51 1-2 cents per 'gallon for the
preliminary the fund in their
the day night. Feb. 7. at 8 o'clock in await. fuel. When the budget formulated
the testimony of Williams, and Brown said that the truck the title. 5, will precede week-long was in the Defunlak jail was -
Deputy Sheriff Fate TBrown the could not have been driven off celebration. Each day during, the Starke Elementary School ing trial on ,another auto larceny in October the price was

investigating officer, showed ,that on the shoulder of,the road with- Prizes donated by local mer- the week will feature< special caftlorium. Admission is by Passing AdmittedBy charge 10.81 1-2 cents per gallon. The

A WilUams could not avoid stop- out turning over In' the ditch. chants, will be given away at events and will be dedicated to membersip only. Judge Disappointed first increase was for .3 of a cent.

ping on, the highway and was Conflicts were' noted by 'Dun- 11 p. m. and the Elks and some.honored group or individu- Tne Symphonette is an unique Imposing the sentence Monday Asked if the, increase would

taking precautionary measures to can' in Williams' testimony about Lions Clubs will give away,I al. musical organization.composed of Starke ManVernon Judge Patten _reminded Addison result in higher electricity rates.

avert a wreck. State Attorney T. the time he had been parked and their prizes. All proceeds from*I Six divisions of the mammoth tOme outstanding instrumentalists that in his previous appearance Johns replied "That I couldn't

E. (Ted) Duncan said that the statements he"had made to Brown the evening will go to the March celebration are in the process of from NBC Symphony the New in Court he had been given special say." He 'said that the City Council -

State had "nothing to show that after the smashup. On the night of of Dimes campaign. The ,dance i being set up to take care of the Yrrk Philharmonic, and other consideration."I would have to decide such an

- the defendant was not doing the*crash the ,efendant had told : will start at 9 p. m.. and admission -I various activities during the .!'..tps. Their repertory :ncludes D. Crews, one of two am terribly disappointed in issue.
Starke I
everything he could -to prevent" Brown' that the truck waa still I will be $4 per couple,. week. These include finance division master-works of the 16th and 17th in men held in County jail yo,,." the judge said. "I'thought! Under the contract with the

truck had developed motor trouble moving when it was struck by ; or $2 single. Tickets are on spectacle 'ticket division, ic-.ituries, new"works of content- forgery cases, last' week that if given a chance you would city the fuel,oil, company has the

Williams testified that: L) His the auto. At the' hearing Williams 'sale at Alvarez Store,' Koch's publicity, historical pageant peltry composers and gTrj_from pleaded of passing',guilty' forged"checks tp two 1 charges become a" good ltlzen, but apparently right to boost its rates in any

could give, no explanation, for I Drug: Store, ,and Starke- Dry special events, hospitality 'and the' literature for orchestra ands but my confidence was mis.. genera price Increase program

Powder Puffl Game saying V- ,this.---'- .''r '?' ..' I r-Cleaners... ....&...w-Laundry.- -- ___ __ ptnu.. riaWng::dignitariesChairmen ef4atar ..-:*-**- *" -# charge tfired -6f>"writing n
39 :Minute s of these various divisions Featured nerf )1ers 'in the an-. In asking'' for leniency' from which have reacted to the, increase -,

In signed statement 'Calhoun .Rape Conviction will be announced next enrance'here- .will- ae Robert Rudic .3. M. McCauley, charged with the judge Addison said he by raising power rates.

had testified that the truck had week. 'Andrews 'said. conductor, Slid'violin soloist; the same offenses, has not yet "didn't go into any of the places The City of Tallahassee installed.a .

Boys Praise been parked for 30 minutes, but Upheld Prison Plans for incorporating the Eli/abetn Wir*loi>. gifted young been brought before the judge and didn't take any of the prop- plan which will permit the

no irdue, was made of the point ; Centennial and festival are expected Mc" soprano; Howard Shaw, a for hearing. Both are under erty." He said that Duncan gave electricity rates to fluctuate along _

afterJudge Yawn advised that Order Issued to be complete within, the concert baritou; and Cjnthia- $3,000 bond. him some of the money, but "I ,with the fuel oil price.

Play Of Girls the Negro could not be termed .. next few days. The necessary C.IS. yourriful an I brilliantly talent County Judge T. A. Yawn dismissed didn't ask for it." Johns said the company gave

a competent witness.It corporation papers have been ed harpist. the forgery charge and Asks Leniency no reason for raising the rates

,- was revealed that about 20 An order for the commitmentof drawn up by A. J. Thomas Jr., certified ,the other two cases ., Duncan also spoke up in behalf but were probably using the Suez

Though many jokes were minutes after the wreck, Williams Charlie Mosley, Highland local attorney, and filed with the over to the Circuit Court. Crews i of his younger j companion. "Le- Canal crisis as a basis for their'

cracked, the coaches had only; was able to start the truck pulpwood man, to the State Prison Secretary of State in Tallahassee. Auto ,InsuranceBill also pleaded guilty to fraud of I roy just got with the wrong guy," action.

praise for the brilliant performance and drive it a few hundred feet to serve a five year term for Andrews said that a meetingof room and board and Judge he said. "He didn't go into the

of the Junior and Senior up the road to allow traffic to statutory rape of a 16yearoldgirl .division chairmen will be held EndorsedBy Yawn withheld sentence '"froin places." *. Magazine DiscussedAt

girls in the first annual Powder pass, and later it was driven to was issued this week.' in the City Hall tonight (Friday) day to day." Duncan told State Attorney T.

,Puff Football,: game Saturday Lawtey. Williams said that after Mosley was convicted of the at 7:30 o'clock for the purpose Farm' Bureau : The. pair were accused of E.
night. firnt; starting it acted like it was charge in, Circuit Court l\ere i of perfecting plans. He stated forging the name of A. C. Williams served three terms in state and I A talk on the Rotary magazine

"They played like real football flooded. Brown said he noted about a year ago and the case that entry blanks, badges, etc. The Bradford Starke jeweler, to two federal prisons for a total of by A. J. Jhomas Sr. highlighted

players," Roddy Struth, one of Calhoun having no trouble start was appealed to the Florida S.- for the beard-growing contest County Farm checks, passing one of them to about _seven years on convictionsof the Wednesday luncheon program
Bureau last week threw its
the Senior, coaches remarked. ing it. I preme Court. The commitment have been ordered and that a port behind sup- L. K. Childs and the other to breaking and entering and car o' the Starke Rotary C ub. The
proposed legislation
"It 'was a hard fought ball Most Could Show order was issued after' the high Mayor's Proclamation, announcing motorists to Homer J. Brinson. Crews ad- stealing. speaker pointed out the many

game and the girls, were, not Duncan remarked that the most I' court upheld the Circuit Court the''start of the contest will liability requiring insurance on their possess motor mitted passing the checks, buts The youths were arrested by outstanding features of the pub-
afraid" to get in there and hit the State could show would be I decision. > I be issued soen. vehicles before they are permitted id that McCauley had forged Deputy Sheriff Fate Brown and U.- bon and how it can assist

hard. only by stronginference that the I license. them. The money was split be- a Baldwin constable in a Baldwin Rotarians in carrying out the object
to.purchase a
Fhe 'Senior girls were the wInners truck was disabled. I: tween them Crews said. hotel on Sunday of last week. of Rotary.
Funds Cut Farmers Are ConfusedBy By a unanimous vote the Brad
by a 32-0 margin. Struth "Unless the State can show I The 'check cashed by Brinsonwas Jan. 20. The three breaking and Miss Sylvia PaulA who is Ro-

and Coach Joe Harden said all that the. truck .was wilfully I ford Bureau endorsed a resolu- for $16.25 and the initials in entering cases were certified over I tary's candidate in the March of _
tion initiated
the St. Lucie
of the girls were outstandingstars. placed there or had been there I by L Williams "name had been revers-I to Circuit Court after the pair I Dimes Queen contest, sang a

fo? a period: of time," the judge Tobacco Soil Bank Maneuvers solved County that Farm the Burea Legislative stating:Committee Re-- ed, with the name signed "C. A. waived a preliminary hearing last I group of popular numbers accompanied -

Carol Ann Picket crossed pay said,- there would be no course I of Florida Farm Bureau Williams." The check cashed by I Friday before County 'Judge T. at the pan! ) by Mrs.
'dirt for the Seniors on the first but to dismiss the' charges. Childs was for $22.70. A. Yawn. L. J. Green.
Next Monday, Feb. 4, Brad Though the should prepare a bill and use its
play of the game with a reverse '*I can't disagree," Duncan confusing proce-
ford tobacco farmers"de I I dures taken the administrators influence to have a liability insurance -
County by -
that had .the Juniors confused. I said. Later the State attorney
- Jackie Prevatt accounted for i siring to participate in the ad of the program may have policy'on a motor vehiclein
commented, "I am ,inclined to be-
- '13 points for the Seniors and lieve the truck was not 'disabled ministration's soil bank, programwill resulted in a number of farmers order to secure a license tag. Cage Tourney Opens inight's

Sandra Strickland 12. Joyce but I can't testify to it." have to line 'up outside of refraining from planting tobacco, Also adopted Jt>y the Bradford

Crosby made an extra point. Before releasing Williams 'the I County Agent George Huggins' its financial benefits will only Bureau was a resolution opposing, -
The coaches office and hope that they will be reach a fraction of the farmers "any proposal that will requirea
gave particular judge warned him that he "better Basketball teams and fans
with Green and tattles.
far enough advanced in the line here. Many of the farmers tak- resident, to have a license to tangling Cove Preceding the
praise to the Seniors" defensive park the truck until you get from five other towns convergedon the Tornadoes
the limited fish with a in fresh meeting Santa championship game, the losers
to get a share of ing for granted" that as manyas cane pole
play, commending the 'perform some insurance." He also told the Starke Thursday, to witnessthe Fe. of
funds. were qualified and desired to water. "This resolution also opposed Thursday night's show will
ances of Gail Reddish and Mar- oAtain
to a permit from first conference tournamentto
tha Van .' Thia procedure will be followedin could claim the funds paid for the requirement of "a license Tonight (Friday) the winnerof meet to determine third place
Landingham. the Railroad and Public Utilities be held here.
not planting tobacco, did not for fishing salt water, except the Green Cove-Bolles game winner.
The coaches reported that al- Commission if he continues'driv- accordance with the latest in Vying for the Keystone Conference *
plant seed beds this year, and for commercial fishing." will_ play P. K. Yonge and the The first game each night will
thought some of the girls were ing the, truck for hire. a series of conflicting directives crown besides BHS Is
will not have tobacco even "It is much better for winner; of the BHS-Santa-Fe start at 7 and the second
bruised up a tit there, were no At the time of the wreck Williams which have left the farmers in a negroes top-seeded P. K. Yonge, Fernan p.m.
though they cannot get the soil I (and the rest of us) to be fishing contest will battle Fernandina
injuries.The was hauling a load of state of confused annoyance with ,dma Beach, Bolles, Santa Fe, games at 8:15 p. In. Admissionis
''bank Beach.
payments.In than the resolution
game netted the Seniors bricks to Jacksonville. The smashup the program which was hailed as juking and Green Cove Springs. Fer- $1 for> adults and 50 cents
about $200 on their Washington took place about two milea a boon to the problems of surpluses an effort to clear up some stated. "It should be encouraged nandina is seeded second, Bolles, The championship be de- for students.
of' U. S. 301. and dwindling farmer incomes of the confusion,that has resulted instead of discouraged. terminded Saturday night with
fund. north
trip I Lawtey on third and Bradford fourth.
I and let the farmers Know High I I A concession stand will be
a 'smashup. i Mrs. Cohen was critically injured. what requirements they must The tournament opened last the outcome of the contest be- open to sell hot' dogs, candy

meet to enter the program, Hug- Co. C Is Called'Impressive" h .night (Thursday) with Bolles tween the winners of Thursday drinks and peanuts.

gins has held two meetings with -- -- -,--, ---,---.-. -...- -- --_. ,
Bradford County farmers recently. After

Last Thursday night he met

Powder with about 25 farmers in Brooker Inspection HereCo.
c 1 ., s' : and Monday night about 12 at-

,4 ,,, tended a meeting at the court C, Starke's National Guard

Puff's house. uuit was .called "impressive" by 7

r 4 Huggins explained that only Lt, Co\ Robert V. Link, commanding -
56,160.57 will be available for
officer of the 748th
First soil bank in Bradford p
payments Armored Ordnance Battalion, after I
County. This amount will be sufficient .
a Battalion Command Inspee -- '
foronly about 15 to 20, _
i tion :Monday' night Col. John W. '
Winning tobacco growers eligible to parti. -. a -- -
Snyder division training commander ,
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cipate. Each county is allocated
accompanying the inspec- I '
10.5 per cent of last year's yield. _
Team tion, vpiced agreement with this '
and sales value. i ," S
I commendation.Co. a ,,
The latest directive, received
last week, stated that the line C; can easily 'attain a superior

Monday morning will be cut off i standing on its next "IG

at 8 a.m. and those in line designated inspection by continuing to im -' 4 : _
.I ir: 'l numbers, with the fortunate prove at the same rate that it I .' .' -'- 2', 4 _
: .' k' kF' .; farmers at the head of the i has, during the last few ,months I

line in the favorable positions Cot Link said. _

I for the payments. Applications I Cot .Link'announced a battalion ....

:will be accepted- until. '.the money. wide recruiting drive" which is to .,
The Senior girU are gleeful as they pose after winning the Powder Puff Football Game 32-0 Saturday runaout I last from Feb. 1 to March 31. The ...

'Bight Front row, [-r, Gail Reddish, Gall Moore, Jean Mundy, Joyce Danney.' Second 'row, Mar- Those arriving after 8 aoa. will individual or team within the, MEMBERS OF THE BHS, BASKETBALL SQUAD competing In the $tournament here Thursday.

Dym Cox, Melilssa Stalling, Maxlne Andrews and Martha Van Landingham. Third Carol have to wait until the original battalion which recruits the most Friday and '
row, Saturday are, front row, left to light Mitchell Harrell Bobby Alwood, Curtis McGee, .Jim
line has been processed, then, if men during- the contest period
Ann'Pickett, Joyce JCrosby, Sandra Strickland, Jackie Prevatt, Nancy 'Bates and Gall Rowe. They Hobos and Sonny Larson. Bock row, Mike Reddish, manager Joe Harden Charte Noegel, Reason
any money is left, other applications will be awarded $25 in cash. sect ,
are flanked by coaches Joe Harden. left, and Roddy Strath. In the back Irre the male- cheerleaders, will be taken. Those apply- ond place winner will be awarded .Kirkland, Terry Patch, Anno d Rivers, Frank Williams Tom Tatum and Coach i. C. Hobbs. The

Bobby Sapp, inau Covington, Jerry Williams, Mania Brown and Butch Smith. (Continued on"Page 4) t $15. I Tornadoes entered the tournament with a 5-5 record. '

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MfffVfffTffffVffffVfffVVPINE can us soon. We'missthat PACE TR'0. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 1, 1957
editorialMarked good singing and music.
Former's Diary LEVEL Monday visitors at the H. M. 'Thornton, and Jimmy McRae, all SINGING CONVENTION *
McRae home were Mrs. FlorenceHaltiwanger of,Starke, Mrs. Clyde Huey and
By'Sam McGaroy and Mr* "and .Mrs. son of Gainesville' ; ; Mr and Mrs.L. The Bradford-Union staging convention
Progress Gene Petcher an of Jacksonville; A. Crosby Mr.: and Mrs. A. R. will meet Sunday, Feb. 3
his tobacco seedbed and is waiting and Mrs. Margie Underhill of McRae, and Mrs. J. W. :McRae. at the Lake Butler
"Keep them in mind, for ,they are markedfor anxiously for the plants to Starke. Methodist
Rev. andMrs. W. E. Hall left Church. Singing will begin at 2
progress. .appear. He said that all, the tobacco Mr. and.11rs. THE RIGHT
Monday afternoon to attend a Bishop Thomas POINT for .the
That was the significant comment made by growers around here have revival meeting at Webster.Mr. 'and family of Brooker visited Mr. way you write. Com la and select p. m., continuing until 4:30: p. m.

an informed economic news service, and the their fingers'crossed, after what : and Mrs. Loran Conner and and Mrs. H. H Lewis last Sun- .your favorite ESTEUBBOOK Everyone ipterested in gospel
happened last when the
"them" referred to were towns along the route I- crop was drowned year out. children and Airs.. Frances Calla- day Fountain Pen., .TELEGRAPH singing is urged to attend.

of the proposed pipeline that is expected to han and children, all of'Miami, Mr. and Mrs L. H. Hendersonof .
Dublin, Ga., and Mrs. -< .'" --.." .,- ."' .
bring natural gas to Florida from Texas by That was a real "old-timey" attended church services here last daughter -" ; :
Sunday. :Mrs. Callahan visiting -, R. A Morgan, of Whitehouse,
the spring of 1958. Well, the last cold wave did story we had last week about the -her mother, Mrs. R.R. Crosby, visited the' H. 11./McP.aes Sun-

In answer to an' inquiry, The Telegraphis ,some damage to the berry crop. farmer who investigated a noise'in ,in Starke, and Lorin and familyare day afternoon. FUEL OIL

in receipt of a map, supplied bythe Houston Edwin Starling was lucky, how in; chicken coop and by accident visiting his parents, Mr. and Those who visited Mrs. Schulz HELL

Texas Gas & Oil Corporation showing the routeof ever. He had just had the mulch (!) killed 11 hens.: Met: Mrs.'I L. L. Conner, in Starke. and Mildred Sunday before they "
the proposed pipeline from Baton Route, La., this week who returned to Jacksonville were
put over part of his crop so those some men laughed Mrs. John Schultz and daughter -
West Florida, Central Florida, and on Mildred of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Myrick, Mrs.B. Prompt, Dependable Delivery
through plants were protected from harm, about it and said: "That's a good Pittsburgh, Pa.
to the Tampa Bay and Miami areas. It is'of His father, Dan Starling, got hit story. It-was first told years ago visited the'H. M. and A. R_Mc- M. McRae, Mr. and Mrs. V. E. .

extreme interest to note that the pipeline passes harder, as the cold set his plants when Graham Crews reported it -Raes from Friday 'until Sunday
directly through Starke and that actually this back quite a bit. But then, as to JUn Wainwright. afternoon after spending two SEE THE BLACK HlSPA [ PHONE 84 1
town is a "hub," with lines branching off hereto most growers agree, they would weeks in Jacksonville. They will
Jacksonville, and rather the season would hold off return home this weekend after a SSI Oft Pi A "
metropolitan Another -
serve southwestward through Gainesville to'the until later on. YOU'LL LOVE the new Ester- ,visit to St. Augustine.Glad February 10 to April 21 JOHN A. TORODE, JOBBER

brook prose-size fountain pens !in to have Tony and Mae at Far Performance Schedule
Gulf Coast.It Talked to I. B. Thompson who pastel shades. Only.$3.09 at Bradford church. We miss them so much, LAKE WALES SHELL OIL PRODUCTS

is expected, of course, that natural gas has 50.000. missionaries and 90's Comity Telegraph. and Lucile too. Surely hope she wri.e BOX 71. '-. .,'- ----..'..--. ',--- ---'. .- .
and its resulting cheap power will give a big this .year and likes them pretty

boost to industry already in Florida, and others much. Irrigation has helped his ,
contemplating moving here. With Starke occu- crop a lot. He said: "I believe .

pying such a strategic position on the line, it they for would irrigation.all be dead He if has it wasn't some SHOP WITH 'SLADE IN '57 AND WIN ONE OF THESECGran& ,

.is only natural to suppose that it will stand out greenS growing, too. They are ,

prominently on the "gas map" and will attractthe bringing. $2 on the Sax market.
attention of-any industrialist seeking a new i r

location in Florida. It will be a golden opportunity Oscar Carter gave his tobacco-
and one that our town is not likely to chewing dog a dunking the other
overlook. day to get rid of fleas. Well the PrizesFIRST
fleas climbed right up on the
has been approved by the Federal
The pipeline dog's nose, and when he came
Power Commission subject to certain conditions out of the water, there were the
which are now being worked out. When these fleas again, big as life and biting

conditions have been met ". we will immedi- just as hard as ever. Oscar told -

ately proceed with the final conditions of financ- the dog he wasn't as smart' as a FIRST GRAND PRIZE .

ing, and it is hoped that this can be fully 'coon, which will take a stick, .
that between his teeth, swim out in the f
arranged in some 90 days. This would mean

actual construction of the pipeline could start in water on the, and stick when, old the Mr.fleas Coon get just up One Glorious Week at Miami 'BeachWITH
early spring, as we have had orders for ducks under and leaves the fleas

pipe placed for nearly two years, and we anti- with the stick. But Oscar's dog .

cipate first deliveries in April. Assuming that didn't pay him any mindjust 1

our pipeline gets under construction in the early went right on chewing tobacco All Paid For Two ,
: Expenses
spring of this, year, it is contemplated that ... and scraching fleas. i1f .
of will be made one year there- E :
gas "i0<' :> I
after." This quotation is from a letter just received Hear that Willie Reddish hasa .'J.",, .; I

Telegraph from Mr. C. C. Barnard. good patch of berries again ',r '
by The
vice president of the Houston Texas Gas' & this year-about 20,000 plants Celebrating our ,
and they say they are

Oil Corporation.With Starke. destined .to be an interchange pretty. :}; Gas Co. wishes to say "THANK YOU" To Our Many

point on the proposed full-length Florida turn Alice had a very enjoyable time ,>4'Yiu' ,-.r.v J, M114: E wAA
, pike, and a hub of the new natural gas pipelineinto visiting with Mr. and Mrs. Drew. '3qy. ;e K A1r \? % Friends and Customers in the area *e serve. What

Florida, it seems that more and more we Dukes in Worthington' Springs.Mr. }t. .::

are getting to be in the center of things. Thatis Dukes. told her that he has better, to show our appreciation than by giving
right where we want to be especially when found lots of which Indian relics settled around w\ c < way I
his farm, was
new industry starts moving to Florida in the by his grandfather, Jonathan ; these wonderful wonderful-Free Prizes.
away .
of natural .
wake gas.Please'Start Dukes, and showed her a stone .
tomahawk and some arrow heads. j
I Mrs. Dukes gave Alice some date A'd.. vv"
Digging roll candy, but Sam never did get 1. One week Free at Miami Beach. AH expenses paid
to see any of it because some-
Commemorating Starke's Centennial year, thing happened to it on the way for two. \

The Telegraph: plans to publish a special issue Rome (guess what!). i
that; -be' one of the highlights of the cele- .- .- *- t !A ; Z t, 9-

bration. Our readers, of course, can do a lot to Congratulations to Dr. .Middle- : .. > 2. One Automatic Hardwick Range With, Ther. mal-
will ton who this week celebrates his < : :
make this an outstanding issue, and one that ., ,
80th birthday. We had -a iiice '" Eye Top Burner. "
be a prized Centennial souvenir for years to y. 'g .. .
visit with him, and Mrs. M. last ***< l-

week and, after interviewing him, m *
come.Most r
of you will remember our 75th Anniversary we knew better why practicallythe ., 3. One Year Warranty Automatic Gas Hot Water
of y
several Many ,
issue of ago.
years whole county turned out to -. \ .f
the pricelss old photographs and anecdotes for honor him a few years ago on M Heater.'

that publication were brought to us by helpful Dr. Middleton, Day. Although heis ,
readers who wanted to make their contributionto i too modest to realize it, few ,

the history of the county. persons have made the contri- 4. One 35,000 BTU Dearborn Cool Cabinet Heater.
bution he has made in the serviceof
for help.
Once again, we are asking you .
the people of Bradford County. !
dig up any old photographs, newspapers if ,think clip- Prizes will be awarded during the month .5 50.00 Cash. '
pings, letters, or other records,.and, you Went over near Sampson Cityto .' ..
they would make a worthwhile contribution to get a picture and story on :

the Centennial Issue, bring them in .to us, or twin calves born recently on the of December, 1957 at' dates to be an- .
drop us a line and we'll come around to borrow Tom Graves dairy farm. The two 6. 25.00 Cash.

them. We promise to take good care, and return calves Molly and Dolly, are just f -
them to you as soon as we have used them. We about the prettiest things you nounced later. Visit 'our store on West

are most interested, of"course, in the very old ever laid eyes on. The folks at t .
that date back to the earliest days of Graves Dairy have done a lot of details.
records work building their place and to- Madison St. for complete
Bradford County. It is the very early
Starke and day it is a very nice layout. V
records that can fill in gaps that now exist., ri. _

Look around the house or barn or attic Floy Bennett says that she ... .
l. .
and see what you can find. We'll appreciate it, has just started feeding their ,
and so will the readers of the coming Centennialissue. cattle, and that she is giving them "
salt and cottonseed meal, half' DURING THE YEAR 1957 LOOK"
and half. "The salt slows them .
from trying to eat too much II This Beautiful
What Mr. Lincoln Said cottonseed meal." she laughed. I

Troy's hand, which he cut while TO SLADE GAS FOR ECONOMY! @
With Lincoln's birthday coming up it mightbe butchering, is better now.

a good time to stop and consider some of the Lawte Lions had \A GAS
rather The Y a big
man's views on integration or .
great their Polio benefit din-
crowd at '
as voiced in his fourth debate Deal Will Certainly -
segregation ner last week. After it was over, This'Range
with Stephen A. Douglas at Springfield. Ill on we heard folks remarking: "Wish

Sept. 18, 1858. Incidentally, these statements of we had more affairs like this, so
Mr. Lincoln might come as somewhat of a sur- we could get together more often Fit In Your Budget. RANGE E
of talking ."
prise to many of those now doing a lot ; .
: on both sides of the issue. S
After his brief introductory remarks, Lincoln Charley Gaskins has plantedCHARLEY ,.
said: 1 ) \.i For
"While I was at the hotel today an elderly ,, Only
called me to know whether I was E2EE
gentleman upon 2. NO CARRYING CHARGE! ti
really in favor of producing a perfect equality I
between Negroes and white people I will $5'J 71

say then that I am not, nor ever have the been social in 3. ,36 MONTHS TO PAY! v. -

favor of bringing about in any way
and political equality of the white and black '

races; that I am not nor ever have been in ..RSC -rto tS j MONTH' ''''1

favor of making voters or jurors of Negroes,

nor of qualifying them to hold office, nor to What Could Be ./; I
intermarry with white people; and I will say i
in addition to this that there is a physical difference -

between the white and,black races whichI

believe will forever forbid the two races living" Easier ? FOR FEBRUARY ONLY -

together on terms of social and political equality. 95 ,
Mr. Lincoln said much more in the same E. JOHNS &SON &
vein on this occasion, but this is enough to give "The Homeowners Policy WarrantyAUTOMATIC -
food for thought to those who revere and recognize new I
gives virtually .*all-risk coverage *
wisdom of "The Great Emancipator. CI '
for home and furnish- I
ings, I know. By combiningtheft .
ON THE FENCE about a college education?
and family liability
Well, ponder theses figures: Lifetime earningsof insurance in the Home- BARGAINS IN 1957 HOT WATER HEATER C 7
school graduate, ac-
the average elementary owners Policy, does It reduce
cording to a recent study, will -be $116,000; of the premium so that the .

average high school graduate, $165,000; of aver- theft coverage is actuallyfree ; .

age college graduate, $268.000. ?" '


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VTVTYTTVVTfTffVTTTVTTTVMAXVILLE Jacksonville. TYYYYYYr-f YYYYYY. and Mrs. G. B. Colson and :Mrs. Cong. Matthews pw_ :' "": ::1'._ :"':: .-:, -. .--:'\
Rosa Pinholster Monday.
Mrs. J. C. Nolan and daughter,
Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Colson and
Lana, visited Monday evening BROOKERBy ..
: News Letter .J'I'
with Mrs. Arthur Wilkinson in Mrs. J. K. Douglas were visiting
friends in Starke Monday. '
By''l\1rs. c. B. Nolan Jacksonville. Mrs.' E. B. Castles I
Harold Sorrellsand
Mr. and Mrs.
....L4 ......... 'Baldwin High School. can be ............... ...U&WIU daughter of Jacksonville President Eisenhower has appeared I
of their basketball
very proud. spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. before Congress and given
Mrs. Leslie Sweat, Mrs. Buford team. The boys and girls both Circle Meets i
Higginbotham, Mrs. Raymond won games Friday night from the The Circle of,the BrooKer Baptist L. L. Dyal. and us his annual Budget Message. y F Half or Whole !
Mrs. T. E. Persinger son In the proposed budget for fiscal
Kilgore, Mrs. D. B. Griffis and Lake Butler teams. The Baldwin Church met at the home of
Larry, of Long Island, N. Y. are year 1958, the President has asked
Mrs. C. B. Nolan were the judgIng girls have won every game soar Mrs. H. C. Douglas Thursday
visiting Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Kel- for authority to spend $71.8 bill-
team chosen from the Max- this year and are first placein night with Mrs. Theo Dyal in I
ley and Mr. and Mrs.. L. L. Dyal ion, and he estimates federal in- SMOKEDHAMS
ville Home Demcnstration Club the St. Johns Conference. charge of the program. Mrs.
this week. come for the same period at $73.6
to judge the 4-H Club Food Prep Douglas served refreshments at
Birthday Party
Mrs. Elmer Stokes and girls billion, leaving estimated sur-
aration Project at the Baldwin Mrs. D. B. Griffis and Mrs. the close of the meeting. and Mr. and Mrs. Alvin.Davis of plus of about $1.8 billion to be

School last Thursday.The Henry Griffis entertained Wednesday Birthday Party Gainesville were visiting Mr. and applied to reducing the federal

Maxville Baptist Church afternoon, Jan. 23, with a Mrs. W. E. Birfiaim entertainedwith Mrs. L. L. Dyal Sunday. : debt. This is a sharp increase
Junior Training Union,enjoyed a party honoring their daughters, a lovely birthday party for' Mrs. Ruth Gano and Millessa 1 over 'the last budget, and even

party church and weiner roast at the Karen and Sharon, on their 9th her daughter, Patty, Saturday Ann Gano of Swan Lake were I the Secretary of the Treasuryhas
Friday night. anniversary. Games were afternoon. Outdoor were
birthday .games rather openly hinted that perhaps
visiting Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Gano
Mrs. Oscar and Mrs.
Harris C.I' played. throughout the eveningand played and refreshments servedto Congress ought to try and
B. Nolan attended the PTA meet prizes awarded after which I the 20 guest who attended. Friday. cut this figure down some.I .
Mrs. Minnie Hazen and Mrs.
ing at the Baldwin, High School
cake and ice were
birthday cream Mrs. Edna Hayes and Mrs. it might be interest-
last Thursday evening and enjoyed Lucille Hazen were visiting Mrs. thought
served, and favors given. Mrs. Stella Wilson of Gainesville were ing this week to analyze the bud
Ida Weeks in Santa Fe Sunday.
an Interesting' discussion Guy Frigo of Jacksonville assistedin visiting Mr. and Mrs. Guy Har- get dollar and ,see where the
by Prof. Les Murray of the Uni- Winfred Hazen of Gainesvillewas Here's Big News! A buy justcan't '
serving., rell Saturday. Administration proposes to. spend you C
versity of Florida on Teenage visiting Mr. and Mrs.' Au- miss!
Baby Mosley Tim Rogers and daughter Mur- this money. By far the biggest Imagine Smoked Hams ,
Problems. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Mosley an- : lene of Daytona. were home'with brey Hazen Friday. share of each dollar-about 59 at this Low Price and "Super-Right" LB

Henry Wellhausen and Billy nounce the arrival of an 8 1-2 Mrs. Rogers for the weekend. Mr. and r Mrs. Jack Hazen and cents-will go for national.defenseand Quality too! Come. You'll save I

Nolan 'attended a birthday! party pound baby girl born at the Field Sec., Marvin V. Stedhamand family of Starke were Sunday i' security. .This, ,includes the more at A&P. I
given for Edward Higginbothamin at 4:30 dinner. guests of Mrs. Jettye Haz- establishment itself, military
Orange Park Hospital a. Mrs. Stedhani of Palatka military I'
I Baldwin Thursday night'Friends m.In Jan. 22.' The young lady visited Dedan Baptist Church en. m aid to friendly countries, the .. II.CAP'N'JOHNS

of :Mr. and Mrs. LeslieChilson has been named Vicki Lynn. Sunday. Rev. Stedham was the Dinner guests of Mrs. Jettye atomic energy program and stock

______n_ of__ _Starke will be inter-I Sleeting At Church guest speaker at the morning Hazen Monday1 night were Mr. piling. The next biggest single

ested to know that Mrs. Chilson's The district. meeting on Stew services. While visiting in this .. and Mrs. C. J. Strickland of item is 10 cents out of each doll- GOLDEN BROWN
mother, Mrs. Alice Rogers of Sunday dinner Gainesville, Troy and Patricia ar for interest on the huge nat-
ardship, Pastors, Deacons and vicinity they were
Zephyrhilla is staying with them Sunday School Workers Confer-i guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. B.. I. Thomas, and Mr. and Mrs.H... C.. ional debt. Then 7 crfnts is allotted 10-ozpkg

recuperating from a broken hip ence was held at the Maxville Crosby. Douglas and family. for our verterans, programs,, FRIED FISH STICK 29c

which she suffered in December.We Baptist on Monday. Eighteen of }fro and Mrs. R. C. Howardand C. J.. Strickland of Gainesville. ,. 7 cents for agriculture, 2 cents ,
all wish her a speedy re- was the Sunday'dinner guest of for debt retirement and the remaining -
the 21 churches in the confer- children of Jacksonville and
covery.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Douglas.Mr. 15 cents would be spent
ence were represented. The meeting Mrs. Crosby and
Mr. and Jimmy Young Tender 'Grade
for labor and welfare "A" Frozen Dressed & Drawn
and Mrs. F. B. Coleman programs
began at 3:30 p. m. and the family of Gainesville were the and Mrs. Malone of Palm
had as guests last Sunday Mr. Maxville Church Members serv- weekend guests,of :Mr. and Mrs.E. Harbor and .Miss Mary Traubof international programs, natural
, and Mrs. James Coleman, Mr. resources, commerce' and housingand HEN pound'
ed supper and refreshments at B. Crosby.Mr. Largo spent the weekend with TURKEYS 45c
and Mrs. Ray Pellum, Mrs. Louise : general government depart-]I
the close. Several speakers from and Mrs. Edwin Prevattof Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Lewis and
I ments, with the largest amounts,
Home and son, and Mr. and Mrs. the State attended.
Department Mr.and family. -
Jacksonville Starke were visiting probably' going for. welfare pro-I
Buddy Browning of
Film To Be Shown
Mrs. E. B. Crosby Monday. Mr.. and Mrs. John Freemanand
Miss Kathleen Denmark of: grams. RIGHT
Walter Zvoda, the Evan-
Rev. Mrs. C. L. Atkinson and grandson family of Gainesville Were '
Jacksonville visited Miss June The revenue dollars received by
gelist and Missionary who showed l Tony spent the weekend with visiting Mr. and Mrs. A. I. Mann
Higginbotham Sunday.Mr. some films at the Maxville Bap-, Parrish and Mrs. and family Sunday.We the federal government can be
: and Mrs. Ken Self of Jacksonville tist Church a couple of weeks ago,! Mrs. Alphie in Auburndale.Mrs. broken down in the same manner. THIN SLICED BACON pound 49c
i> Iva McKinney are sorry to hear that
Out of each dollar of income com
visited Mr. and Mrs. F. will show some films on, "'Insidethe and children of
Bob Lee Mrs. A. I. Mann has been quite 51 cents
ing in to the government
B. Coleman and family Sunday! Vatican City,". on Friday and Mrs. ,
Miami, Mrs. Mae Saucer ill for the past two weeks. She comes from the individual tax
afternoon. evening,Veb. 8, at the Highland
and baby
Clyde' Saucer Jr. spent several days in King Me- like and Corporation -
Mr and Mrs. LonnIe Harris Baptist Church. It will be a 30 Mr. payers you me. New Low Price
Jacksonville were visiting morial Hospital in Lake Butler income taxes'the next larg-
and family and Mrs. Julia Griffis minute sound film and the publicis 1112 LB $115 1
last week. est share, 29 cents of each 'dollar
attended a birthday party in invited to attend. family made their home
Rev. and. Mrs. Parrishof Of the remainder, excise
Stark Friday night at the homeof Enrollments are being made at ville for quite sometime. He was JANE PARKER
Santa Fe were Mr. taxes account for 12 'cents and .
Mr. and Mrs. Lacey.Brown for Baldwin High School for those the step-father of Eudell Chap- visiting
their grandson, Larry Griffis, who who are interested in the Adult man who attended the Maxville and Mrs. A. I. Mann Sunday.Mr. customs and other receipts bringin '

was celebrating his 12th birthday.I Education program which is given School for two or three years. and Mrs..A. E. Adkins of 8 cents. 3 LB $2.25

About 30 guests attended. each Thursday evening from 5 Mr. and Mrs. Dave Moore and Starke were visiting Mr. and Mrs. The tremendous new federal

Friends of. Lonnie Harris will until 10 o'clock. The fee is $2 Mr. and Mrs. James Moore of W. C. Stalnaker and family Sun- highway program enacted by Congress Fruit Cake

regret to learn that he is ill and that entitles you to, take typo Jacksonville visited Sunday with day.R.. i.1 last year is not reflectedas

at his home here. ing and bookkeeping. All inter- Mr. and Mrs. D. B. Griffis and G. Wilbur and Bobby Thomas a separate item in the budget,

Mrs. J. C. Nolan and childrenand ested may.contact Mr. Cable at daughter and Mrs. Belle Giddens.A spent Sunday with Mr. aid Mrs. I since it will be self-financing 5 LB 3.35

Mrs. Arthur Wilkinson of Baldwin High. surprise birthday party was Ray Wilson in Jacksonville.Mr. 'through the additional taxes in

Jacksonville visited Mr. Wilkinsonat We sincerely regret that Mrs. given for Mrs. Mertice Bell at the and Mrs. Buddy Waters and the same bill. President Eisenhower ) :

the Lake City Veteran's Hos- Lealer Harris' nephew, Walter home of her mother, Mrs. Wesley Rebecca Thomas of Jacksonville said he would not favor a

pital Thursday evening.Mrs. I Calvin Smith of Jacksonville, was Harris, last Wednesday night.Mr. spent the weekend with Mr. and tax reduction of any sort at this
Avery Slade and childrenand killed in an automobile accidenton and Mrs. Roy (Bud) Waters Mrs. Bob Thomas.Mr. time, as he thinks. we should have FIRM RED RIPETOMATOES
Mrs. Joe Lucas and children i Normandy Boulevard last Sun are' the proud parents of a more of a cash surplus and shouldreduce
and Mrs. and fami- l-Ibcfn
Bishop the national debt further
, were visitors in Hampton Sunday day afternoon.We baby son born Jan. 19, at the St.
ly spent Sunday with Mr. and before cutting taxes. I noticed 2"or29c
evening. are also to hear about Vincent's Hospital in Jackson-
sorry Mrs. H.
H. Lewis in Starke. that Congressional leaders suchas
Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Nolan and the death of Charles McClisse. ville. Mrs. Waters will be remembered -
Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Thomas Speaker Sam Rayburn have also .
family were guests Sunday of Mr, who was fatally shot at Marietta as Miss Rosa Lee Godwinof
and family spent with Mr. stated they do not think we .
and Mrs. le. CRISP
Lafayette Carroll in Saturday night The McClisse Maxvi SWEETTENDER
can afford to reduce taxes'any
and Mrs.
Paul Faulkner in Starke
u I The occasion was the birthday of this year.A .

Mrs. E. C. Lewis. further.look at some of the
Mr. and :Mrs.'. Ray. Guest of President's requests shows that he

IMPORTANT PTICETO Nashville, Ga. spent the weekend is again asking for some of the

with Mr. and Mrs W. E. Big. things which were refused by
ham and Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd I Congress during his first term, .
Wood. and has addded a few new itemsto FANCYWIHESAP
Mrs. T. B. Edwards and Mrs. the list. For example, there
was an item of $451 million in the
/ Zedra
were in Gaines-
ville Monday on business. budget for the start of a federal APPLES pound 19c

According to Sec. 7, Article 10, of the Fla. Constitution Thomas Hamilton of Pompano school request construction for higher postal program.rates. A .

Every person who has been receiving homestead exemption and family.Mr.spent .the weekend here with his I was made more urgent, and the FRESH SWEETFLORIDA -

tfyose expecting to receive it for the first 'time, should, withoutfail and Mrs. Perry O'Steen of i, both President Alaska asked and for Hawaii.statehood One sur-for '

sign the application on or before April 1st of each year Newberry shie Prescott were last visiting week.Mrs. Do-I prise was his call for enactmentof ORANGES ** 39c

a natural gas bill. You will recall .
'with the Tax Assessor. Mr. and Mrs. James Williamsof such a bill was vetoed tr by .
Worthington were visiting Mr.
Eisenhower last This
year. legis-
The Homestead Law Provides that a person MUST be a Resident of the Countysix and Mrs. T. B. Edwards Friday. lation is of special interest to us in DOG FOOD

months prior and a Resident of the State twelve, months prior to January1st Florida as we need a low-cost fuel 1
of the year' in which he claims the Homestead Exemption, AND no per- Florida To Present for industrial development The FRISKIES IDEAL pound can 2 for 29c

son is entitled to the Exemption when he votes' in a County or Precinct other Rock 'n Roll Film present tight money situationwas '.
than the one in which the property is located. I reflected in his request'for

Rock 'n roll, Jayne Mansfield ans'raising home the interest loans to rate 5 on veter-cent. DOG DETERGENT VEL giant sizelarge 75

Listed below are the classes of property for which the Taxpayer Tom Ewell and Edmond O'Brien The President did not ask per for any

SHOULD file his will be featured as "The Girl new public housing, I noticed, but
return: Can't Help It" DETERGENTFAB size
opens Sunday fora there
was a request for $250 million FOOD1lbcans 31
three day run at the Florida for slum'
per year clearance.He .
I Theatre.
REAL ESTATE % also asked Congress to pro-
Fourteen of, the DETERGENT
top rock 'n vide an official residence for the

Your Land Plus IMPOVEMENTS roll artists in the country combine Vice President of the United LIQUID VEL '22
/ their talents to provide the States. 6 19c ounces'69c

setting for the production.
The story revolves around a NEW.
PERSONAL PROPERTY nightclub entertainer whom a CHURCH .
gangster, for romantic FLUFFO 3 Pound can
reasons, Sunday School 10 a. m. Wore 99c

Stocks of Merchandise; atempts to launch as a jukebox ship Hour, 11 a. m. Evening Servo
favorite, using typical gangster ice, 7 p. m. Prayer Meeting each

Equipment and Furnishings, tactics. Wednesday, 7-:30 p. m..Everyone CAMPFIRE

Miss Mansfield plays the,singer, welcome.L.. L. Parker, Special Offer
Machinery, Livestock, Boats & Motors, who would rather be a house- pastor. MARSHMALLOWS l-lb box. 35BIRD'S

Tractors, Farm Equipment, wife than a celebrity. Tom Ewell

Household Goods and Personal Effects (1st $1,000 valuation plays agent, the entrusted role of with the the droll job press of This man can give youdependable I 2 Tubes Denti-Kiss \ EYE FROZENCAULIFLOWER

exempt) ***k,,te0y| giving Miss Mansfield a buildup Tooth Paste l-oz pkg 27cA&P
so she will have
the big time : delivt'7 of .
class desired by Edmond O'Brien
INTANGIBLE PERSONAL PROPERTY who has the part of the gangsterwith r THE 1 Keep Clean FROZEN MIXEDVEGETABLES

If a penchant for rock 'n roll CHRISTIANSCIENCE Tooth Brush 2 for.33c
.; music..
This includes: Bank Deposits, Cashier's and Certified checks, IY

bills of drafts and with building Comedy ScheduledFor MONITOR, All 3 For McKENZIES FROZEN
exchange, money placed savings, '" for
international WHOLE OKRA 2 3Sc
and loan associations. Park Theatre"The ...If
Only JQc

All stocks, or shares of incorporated or unincorporated companies a 1/ght-hearted Ambassador's Daughter," Housewives, businessmen PROCTOR AND GAMBLE CREST.

all, bonds except bonds of the United States Government soldiers, society and comedy girls in about Paris teachers. and students oil over. I TOOTH PASTE 2 large size 79C
'is scheduled the world read end enjoy this
and its agencies arid> all notes accounts and bills receivable, mort- the Park Theatre as the Sunday feature Monday film at international newspaper, 'pub-

gages on real arid'personal property situated .outside, of Florida and Tuesday.The lished- daily in Boston. World- or'
title'role is played by famous for constructive IIIII
annuities, etc."H I*? Olivia de Havilland returning to stories and penetrating editorials. Jane Parker Golden, Cinnamon Sugared !

comedy after a series of heavily
Special features for the whole
dramatic roles.. Also starred are of !ilil it

All the above are Due On or Before April 1st of Each Year.We John Forsythe Myrna Loy\and family. 19 !I .!
Adolphe Menjou. Ion.itsBox::
"The Ambassador's Daughter," The Ovation Science Monitor I
to work with us on these forms and to'contact us on
encourage you any was filmed in technicolor and One Norway St;' Boston 15, Moss. gh'I

problem that you many have. In the past years our county has grown and expanded Cinemascope in Paris and its environs Send your newspaper for tie time. ad effective .; ; IIIJ
economically, all of, this has increased the demands of all Tax 'suppo ed checked. Enclosed find my check ormoney
Saturday February 2, 1957 .
agencies in the County. The only way we can meet \these demands is by a Uniform Adolphe Menjou as a senator order.I \ Your Choice ..
System and close relations witjt you, the Property Owner. We respectfully ask visiting Paris, is determined to year' $16 O 6 months $S Q ..

whole hearted cooperation. have. it declared out-of-bounds, forGIs 3 months $i D
your I I America's favorite snack and be- Food
stationed I .
.In TheAmbassador's
Europe. i
h tween meal treat! These are tender-

GENE LONG Olivia de Havilland daughter. thinks, played__this by t ,.,.Name light fresh: and at a Special w err us.r .ttnnt w wwr

is nonsense., and gets about to Address 'I I Price. .! 412 CALL ST. STAR KE, FLA. I

Tax Assessor prove her opinion by*dating a -- I IrI
'rather shy GI played by For- &ty Icr ,,State I
sythe. She nearly ,proves thesenator's fa-is
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point instead. -'
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FEBRUARY 1, 1957
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If" r Joe Hill Williams
Mrs. Anna Kirk Citizens Council ', gins estimated this would amount
Speaks On Camellias s I to about $225 an acre for Brad
Meeting ScheduledMerritt ford farmers.
To Garden Club HereJoe _#t1 Dies; Services l The amount of acreage farmers

Williams, 'chairman of are' allowed to put into the program -

Hill Williams of Lake But- sr Held Wednesday the County Citizens Council for is in itself a reduction

ler, was the guest speaker at Better Schools* announces that from last year when they were

the,Starke Garden Club meeting Mrs. Anna S. Kirk, 71, died an organization meeting will be allowed ,five acres or 50 per cent.

Gladys Mooty Monday evening in St-, Mark's Sunday morning at her home in held Tuesday night Feb. 5, at This cut in the benefits of therail

Phone 35 Parish House. + Starke after a lingering illness. 7:30 pjn. in the high school bank program came on top

Mr. Williams gave an enlight- eke inns Arrrr &. {c 4? .a music. building. All members and.. $ 'I 't .
.. . ......, aft etZft? teteKsted. rr.- simr Za3)s ass c.V mPlfias> ffirfrprapatian > Sb.'n.. 15, 'l?& ,the i&TOgVliT: : fit flJe, if. yeu- 1J'l).alme>>u jJlweb DJe fazzttezx.
Florence Martin Marries Kenneth PraterIn 1 :, i199S 'tt Ttmtiiy tit1T Frances tats Samuel find Anna Carrey grain SET "fije: teftenBerit a? "If they: had raised the amountof
I diseases, how to raise them, and Walthour. Bradford schools are urged to payments for the soil bank

Ceremony At Church Of God. In Starke 'I care for \h m. After his talk he r.Barry* Mrs. Kirk moved to Stark 1 attend this important meeting. program," Huggins stated" "They

answered questions from the from Bloomfield, N. J. in 1953. would not have had to cut the

members and guests. She was a member of the First Farmers ConfusedBy allotments, because the, farmers

.I Mrs. H.: A. Lawson, president, r Methodist Church of Starke. Tobacco Soil would have taken the land out of
presided over the business meet-: '*
Surviving are her husband Ed- production any\\ y.

ing when committee reports were j Alan, gar L.' Kirk of Starke: two sisters Bank ManeuversContinued The farmers seemed to take

gVven on the Holiday House TOOT, .r Mrs., Ruth Busworth, Mon- the slashing of theyprograia with

,the Christmas store, and Christ-! l.4 b roeville, Pa.. and Jfrs. Jack Har- ( from Page 1) resigned good-naturedness, as

,mas lighting contest. A letter I Land brook, Edmon, Mich. ing after the supply of money though it*was inevitable that the
was read from Mrs. Marion Howe Funeral services were held in announced benefits would not be
$' has been exhausted .will have to
asking for volunteers to keep the the DeWitt C. Jones Chapel Wed- wait to see if any other countyhas realized."I .
Chamber of Commerce office dur- t wouldn't be surprised it
nesday morning at 11 o'clock with turned in a surplus That
ing the period of Jan. 29-Feb. 9. UnitedIn .- a Rev., Donald Kokomoor officiating. will be around April 1, Hugginssaid we don't get any money at all

The Gainesville Garden Club ; L. aj Interment was in Crosby Lake ,. and too late to plant any- before this thing Is over," one
extended invitation to mem- Cemetery. of them commented after the
bers to attend a,conservation pro- # ab way.A meeting Monday.
p supplement received by Hug-
gram at the Gainesville Recrea-
Funeral Held gins Tuesday, after the last ,
sFor'Dock "
tion Center on Feb. 7 starting at meeting with the farmers stated ,_ ___ _u__ 'n ___ _, _, _,
9:30 s. m. Members wishing to
Marriage Hilliard that the growers would not haveto
go may register with Mrs. M. F.
.p be in the line in person Monday -
Hazen, Conservation Chairman.Mrs. .DAEBIC
1- Funeral services for Dock but can, authorize a representative -
R. F. Demorest announced. i
: -s Hilliard. 71, who died Jan., 21 after to stand in line ',for
that if enough registrants were STARKE FLA.
f, a prolonged' illness, were held them. "If the representative is
available a Horticultural and
Thursday of last week in the someone outside the family, a

L. Gardening course will be startedat Graham Baptist Church with Rev.S. written statement from the fanner SUN., MON., TUES.,

BHS night school with Joe E. Sparks officiating. will be neeessary," Huggins FEB. 3-4-5

Woods, agricultural teacher, in Mr. Hilliar'd was born in Brad- DOUBLE FEATURE

I charge. Those interested can I ford County, Feb. 20, 1875, and said.This latest directive was the
register with Mr. Gibson at -b- "The Ambassador'sDaughter"
I was a'retired farmer. He was a third change in the administration -

s BHS. member of the Baptist Church. of the program to come

During the social hour refresh- He is survived by his wife, Mrs. down in the past few weeks. In
ments were served by Mrs. Ewell I Mittie Dyal Hilliard; one daughter CINEMASCOPEOlivia
The Brooker Baptist Church The bride, given in marriage by the beginning, Huggins said, it
Lawson, chairman, Mrs. C. E. Mrs. Alta Jenkins of Pompano de Ilaviliand John
"', was the scene of a lovely "wedding. her uncle, William of was understood that every farmer -
It Johns .
Mrs. Alvarez Mrs.T. and
Ralph Bea"h; one son, Clyde Hilliard, could Forsythe Myrna Loy.
l performed Saturday afternoon, Leesburg 'chose for her put his allotment acre-
J. Alderman and Mrs. R. F. wedding of the Merchant Marine two
; i Jan. 19, at 5 o'clock, uniting in a beautiful' linen two piece age under the program. At a -
i Demorest. Mrs. H. A. Lawson white brothers Hilliard
I ape Lake City. I
I meeting in Gainesville in Decem-
marriage Miss Frances dress with which sh" GUN"Plus
Barry carried
presided at the silver coffee service ,.. a and Vernon Hilliard, Trilby; one
tt at the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L. W.I nosegay( white lilies of th<3 ber, ASC representatives were
er i attractively appointedtea Mrs. Alice Copeland, told that farmers Color Cartoon For Kids
3 wishing to
: of
Barry Brooker to Alan Land, valley.
? Jacksonville; and five grand-
; of Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Land I participate should sign agree-
son Mrs. 'ther of the bride children. '
Barry, JJ' ments WED., THURS.. FEB. 6-7
by Jan. 15. But on Jan.
of Pensacola. Rev. C. B.
Junior Women Stallings I wore a Navy blue dress complimented Burial was in the Mt. Sinai 15
performed the nuptials. at a meeting in Lake City DOUBLE FEATURE
with a pink carnation Cemetery near Graham under
they were told that on Feb.,
: To Hear Talks The church was attractive with corsage. the direction of DeWitt C. Jones the names of the farmers 41 "UFO"PLUS

arrangements of white gladioli in Funeral Home.Recent .
: a: On Oil Products Immediately fallowing the wedding ing to participate would be placedin .- -
baskets back-
d' pedestal against a a reception was held in the a box and the lucky ones ,
"Tle Magic Barrel" will be the ground of palms and Slighted can- Brooker Community Center which Births drawn out allowed to receive soil "TRIAL"Glenn

Miss Florence Elizabeth Martin State Farm, attending the brideas theme of the program to be presented delabra. *' was attractively decorated for bank payments. But this was Ford and Dorothy McGuire ..

daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Walter maid of honor, was'a!tired at the monthly meeting Miss, Glenda Parker, soloist, the occasion with arrangements'of Doctor's Hospital announces the changed in the letter requiringthe Plus Color Cartoon

Edgar Martin of Starke, became in a lovery waltz length lavendernet the Junior Woman's Club .Monday sang '"0" Promise Me" and "I Love camellias and gladioli. The bride's following births. :, lining up system.,

the bride of Kenneth Thomas over taffeta gownwith which night at 8 p.m. You ,,Truly" accompanied' by MissYvonne'Harrell table was overlaid with a beauti- Mr., and Mrs. Joseph 1 L BrantleY'I'I'' The program is administeredin FRL, SAT., FEB 8-9

Prater, son of Mr. and Mrs. Gen- she carried a white and pink A representative of the Oil Industry at the piano. ful cutwork cloth and centered of Starke a son, Bradford County !by the Agri- DOUBLE FEATURE

eral Thomas Prater of Cleveland carnation nosegay. Misses Janice Committee will give a Culver Land of Pensacola served with a three-tiered wedding .cake Jan. 25. culture Stabilization, and Conser "The

Tenn. at a double-ring ceremony Jarvis and Linda Brown, both I lecture and demonsttation on 'his brother as best man, and topped with a miniature bride and Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Estes of vation Committee consistinng of Proud Ones"CINE3IASCOPE

performed Jan. .:20 at 3 p. m. in of Starke, served as bridesmaids.Miss products in the home that are ushers were Warren Land and groom. Waldo, a son, Elray Stanley, Jan. N. J. Davis Rufus Alvarez, and

the Church of God with Rev. L. S. Jarvis wore a green taffeta derived from petroleum. Mrs. Howard Hall of Gainesville.Mrs. After spending some time with 25. Felix Sapp. "But their hands and Robert Ryan, Virginia Mayo

Williams officiating.The waltz length gown. Miss Brown John Torode, chairman of the J. V. Crosby attended her their guest*, the couple left for T mouths are tied," Huggins said, and Jeffrey Hunter

church was decorated for I wore a blue net and taffeta American Home Committee will sister as matron of honor and on- Pensacola where they will make Bradford County Hospital an- since the directives come down PLUS .-

the occasion with a pedestal bask. waltz length gown. Both brides- be in charge of the program. ly ,attendant. She was attired, in nounces the following births: from Washington.The .
a 'lovely pastel blue dress on prin- their home. Mr. Land is employed "The Revolt ofMamie .
et of white gladioli and pompoms, maids carried white carnation Hostesses for the meeting will I Mr; and Mrs. Milford King. growers are allowed to put
cess lines, and carried a bouquetof with the Maryland CasualtyCo.
and branched candelabra holding nosegays. I: be Mrs. Seymour Marco, chair- pink carnations. there.Mrs Campbell of Starke, ,a daughter, three acres or 30 per cent whichever Stover"Jane

burning white tapers.As The bride,< given in marriage man, Mrs. Jimmy McRae, Mrs. J. I Deborah Ann, Jan. 24. is larger, of their tobacco Russell & Richard Egan

the guests:assembled, :Mrs. by her father, chose for her wed- B. Dick, Mrs. Glen Conner and Mr. and Mrs. James Walter CINEMASCOPE
allotment under the soil
Kenneth Martin of Jacksonville ding a Chantilly lace gown made Mrs. Lavern Outlaw. Wesleyan Guild Ada Colson Lee of Lawtey, a daughter, Nancy acreage
tendered nuptial music .and ac- with a sweetheart neckline and Karen, Jan. 24. bank program and are paid 18 Plus Serial Chap. No. 4

companied Miss Sarah Blue ,of: bouffant skirt. Her finger-tip veil Starke Social Club Wesleyan Service Guild, Unit Dies Was Active Mr. and Mrs. ,David G. Young, cents a pound for the average Cartoon For Kids
of their last two ,
"0 illusion attached to a 2 will meet'' Feb. ; years yield. Hug-
Starke, soloist, who sang of was Tuesday night, Penney Farms, a daughter, Joan ,
Promise Me" and "I Love You heart-shaped crown adorned with The Starke Social Club met 5, at 7:30 o'clock,at the home of In Louise, Jan. 28. '-- -
Affairs HereMrs.
Truly' seed pearls. She carried a nose- last Thursday at the First Meth- Mrs. Del Colley on N. Walnut Mr and Mrs. Manuel Charles Fill'

Charles Chrittenden of Cleve- gay of feathered carnations cen- odist Church, with "Robert Burns, street with Mrs. Wilma Emanuelas Stephens of Starke, a daughter IIII .ALVAREZ': STORE ,Men's Clothing!

land, Tenn. served as best man tered with a white orchid. His Life and Contributions" as co-hostess. : Ada, Powers Colson, 78, Deborah Sue Jan. 30. 1 Established 1894 I

and ushers were Jack Jones of The bride and groom both grad- the theme of the meeting.The widow of the late Dr. Lemuel f

Jacksonville and Roger Williams uated from Lee College Academy Rev. Donald Kokomoor, Executive BoardThe Colson of\ Starke. died last Friday .
of Starke. at Cleveland, Tenn., where they, morning at Chester, N. J:
pastor of the host church, led the
Miss Mary Starling of the are making their home. board following a prolonged illness. She
group in several games and the executive of the
had been making her home with I Never Before Never Will You Ever Find
I Rev. W. S. McAliley read several Starke Woman's Club will meet or Again
her Mrs. Marjorie ,
of Burns' poems. James Watson Thursday afternoon, Feb. 7, at daughter
and James Stewart, accompaniedby 3:30 o'clock in the club lounge. at Long Valley, N. J. Such A /
Bargain --. Only Denmark Can Make This
r Mrs. John Crehan, led the- Mrs. Colson was born at Has-

\ group in singing several Scotch tings, Mich. on April 20, 1878. 'J ,
h Mrs. Laura Griflis
4 1 songs. Her parents were the late Wil-: Possible By OurFactory '

t.! : liam F. and Cora Andres Powers. .
Refreshments were served by
Dies Funeral During her residence in Starke
Not ;yet, but soon! .. Bill going up the St. Johns Rjver.. the hostesses, Mrs. Bertha Pearce, ,;, she was active in, church and

Graham, who will serve as chair- Hear that Vergie Flynn is sellingout Miss Gertrude Eppen, and Mrs. Held Monday civic work serving as organistfor "

man of the soon to be organized her Ronnie Donnie shop ... Owen Vaughn. The meeting closed St. Mark's Episcopal Churchfor

"Brothers of the Brush" for Jeff (W. J.') Dodd entered Brad- with "the singing of "Auld Lang 14'years, and as a leader in i

Starke's Centennial, says the ford Hospital last Thursday with Syne. Funeral services for Mrs. Laura the Girl Scout' program. After, ,

beard-growing contest will start pneumonia and while there un- Griffis were held at 4 o'clock the death of her husband in 1955'

officially just as soon as badges! derwent surgery Tuesday morning WSCS Meeting Monday afternoon in Evergreen she had made her home with her

buttons, and official entry blanks .. getting along all right now Cemetery with Rev. George Chis- children.

arrive ... In the. meanwhile, ... Jerry Harrell, 10, returned The Methodist WSCS circles holm of the Highland Baptist Surviving areher daughter, 7 PIECE. LIVING ROOM OR SOFA BED GROUP
"Eager Beavers" keep throwing home Tuesday after surgery last will meet next week as follows: Church officiating. Burial was
Mrs. Wilt; two sons, William S.
their razors away and new beards week in Doctors Hospital ... Circle 1, Tuesday morning at in the Evergreen Cemetery'under Calif. .
Colson of Lemon Grove, '' y
'1'" 1. rroWxa ; i y
continue to sprout all over town Elden Mathews and his Star-: 10 o'clock with Mrs. Donald Koko- the direction of Key-McCabe, and LemuelColson Jr. of Anderson ,9.f ? y

Other crops may fail this lighters dance band (Charlene moor and Mrs. L. A. Davis as Funeral Home., Air Force Base in Guam; six

spring, but the whisker crop certainly Hardy, Jerome Edwards David hostesses at the Methodist Par-I Mrs. Griffis was born at Starke and one great rr7uoi
looks promising Canova, and Burge Searing) played -' sonage. and had lived in Bradford Countyall grandchild. ]

Norma Jean and Herlong a birthday party engagement I of her life. She died last Fri- Gl y
Funeral services were held
Adams and family moved Mon- in Cordele. Ga. last Saturday Circle 2, Monday afternoon at day in a Jacksonville .hospital. /
Tuesday morning at 10 o'clock in
day into their lovely new' home night .. Everett Prescott is a 13 o'clock at the home of Mrs.E. Survivors include her husband. St. Mark's Episcopal Church/with

i on t Blanding Road Red and patient in Bradford Hospital ... K. Ferryman on Madison St. Willie E. Griffis of Lawtey; three Rev. Fred Yerkes officiating. Fol-

Wilma Emanuel and son, Billy, Gloria Gibson has the mumps .. daughters, Mrs., Odessa Griffis lowing services, here, the body

also moved Monday from 525 Happy to hear that Louise Stern Circle 3, Monday afternoon at and Mrs. Hazel Bradley, both of was taken to Mount Dora, where

W. Madison to their new home on will return home this weekend 3 o'clock at the home of Mrs. p. Lawtey, and Mrs. Madeline Pre- graveside rites by the Mount Dora ALu
Brownlee Road ... Kitty Andrewshas from the Jacksonville Convales- H. Quick on Washington St. 1
vatt of Raiford; two sons, Lloyd Pythian Lodge were held at 3
returned from Chicago and cent Hospital, where she has i
Griffis of and Willie
Lawtey, Sgt. o'clock. Interment was in the
is occupying her home at 139 S. been for the past month ... L. 1 Circle 4
Griffis Jr. with
serving the U. S. family plot in Mount Dora Cem-
Church .. the Woodrow Surren- M. Irby, L. C. Smith and H. B. Army in France; two sisters, etery.

cys have rented the Truby house Yarbrough, local Gulf Life repre- Circle 4 of the First Methodist Mrs. O. C. Cason of Starke, and
536 N. .. and the sentatives, have qualified for the
at Cherry WSCS will meet Monday night at Mrs. Katie Wiggen of Lakeland,
Jack W. Griffins and daughterof company's President Club for 7 o'clock at the home of Mrs. and eight grandchildren. Funeral Services :rFlcN rJwM!r---a"----. i

Lake City have rented the outstanding records in 1956 ... Foster Shi Smith, 313 S. OrangeSt. For Mrs. Dryden Similar to Photograph
at 328 W. South there reward will be for ,
Pearce house a trip 'Supper will be served by Mrs. '

st. ...' Ovid and Geraldine Ben- themselves and wives to the an- Smith and Mrs. G. S. Newcomb. Mrs; N. P. Hicks Friday ,AfternoonMrs. ,
nett and children moved Monday nual convention in Nassau this YOUR CHOICE OF ,SEVEN ((7)) COLORS

from 331 W. South to East Bes spring ... UDC Elizabeth Padgett. Dryden .
sent Road ... Hear that Lu Green Is con-I Meeting Taken By DeathMrs. 86, of Graham died in a Regular

of Tuscaloosa. her senior at the Jacksonville hospital Tuesday Includes Sofa $220.70 VALUE
Barbara Spencer tinuing year The W. T. Weeks chapter, U. Matching Lounge ,
Ala. arrived Sunday' to augment Southern Seminary for Girls in 'D. C. will meet Wednesday after Katherine Hicks, 70, died night.
. BHS and is I Buena Vista Va. .... she entered last Friday after an extended A native of Statenville, Ga., ,
, the faculty at stay- noon at 3 o'clock at the home of Chair, 2 Lamp Tables 2 Table $ .95 '
ing with Mrs A. F. Sauls .. the there Monday and was accompa- Mrs. Charley Johns with Mrs. illness, at the home of her daughter she is survived by six daughters: ,

J. D. Warren children of, Pine- nied by her mother. Lucile, and Mrs. M. C. McAteer, 5204 Mrs. Leila Newsome, Jackson- ,
JSimmons as Lamps and Cocktail Table
haven have lost their little Boston brothers, Bill and Lex Jr., who Bragg Road Jacksonville.She ville; Mrs. Rachel Starling, Miami -

Bull terrier, named Prince, and returned Thursday ... Lamar 1 I with a 5th grade home room was born in Athens, Term., ; Mrs. Martha West Palmetto Ali *

would like to have it back ... Shaw, Robert Kelly, and Buck party Jan. 23. ... Brant Turnerof Jan. 6, 1887, the daughter of th ; Mrs. Mae Levings, Lake 7 Pieces Sale Price

Happy to report that Lucile Gill of South Georgia College were the State Farm was honorest late George and Lizzie Sweeney City; Mrs Julia Crews, Graham; -

Mundorff has found her missing home for the weekend ... Hear on his 4th birthday with a Stanfeir. She ,was a member ofthe and Mrs. Belle. Pierce, Glen SL .(WITH TRADE)

sewing machine ... if you wanta that Robert has made the Dean's weiner roast for 21 friends at the Presbyterian Church and had Mary; three sons, 'Zeke and A.

good laugh, ask her how she List and Lamar was voted the home of his parents ... Larry moved to Jacksonville recently L. Dryden of Jacksonville, and AT ONLY

located it ... Jackie Colley and "most handsome" male ,on the Alan Johns, son of Elmer. and from Lawtey. -, Dewey L. Dryden, Tampa; 22

Linda Johns are home this week campus in a recent who's who Edna Johns, celebrated his 3rd Surviving are her husband N. grandchildren,' 51 great grand- .

from FSU ... and Barbara Col contest ... Jimmy Reddish Ray birthday with a party during the P. Hicks, and a daughter, of Jacksonville .- grandchildren.children, and' two great great Let Us Tell You About Our Easy Budget Plan

ley was here for the weekend Goldwire, and Harold Davis were week ... ; one son, Edward T, '
Funeral service will held in
from Charity Hospital, New Orleans visiting Bt. college classmate in Don't forget (as if you could) Hicks, in the U. S. Navy at be. '
the Graham Church Friday '
... New Orleans during the Mardi the March of Dimes festivitiesthis. Pensac61a two sisters :Mrs. Baptist' "It's ,
; Mag- afternoon at 3 o'clock with A Fact You Can Do Better At"
Tom Slade returns today froma Gras last week ... Saturday night ... The gie Hicks of Athens, Tenn.,. and Rev. S. E. Sparks and Rev. W.
10-day business trip to Louisiana Norma Dean Thompson, Loraine Teenagers will trip the light Mrs. Pet Melton, Chattanooga

... Hear Junius Smith just Champion. Sarah Lawson fantastic at their own ball at TeniL, and six "grandchildren. O. Collins officiating. Intermentwill Denmark
be in the Santa Fe Ceme- Furniture Co. of Starke
can't stay away from his old and Elizabeth Seymour attendeda the Woman's Club while their
Funeral services were.held in tery with DeWitt C. Jones
railroad job ... took a ride downto beauty show at the Roosevelt moms and pops are "fantastically ,, .
the First Christian Church in
Funeral Home in of
:Miami on the Silver :Meteor Jacksonville Sunday ... San- tripping" in the USO ... The afternoon charge ar- '
Starke Monday at 2 434 W. CALL ST.
Saturday and came back on it dra Haas, 5, and Jennifer Haas. Queen (lucky girl) will be crown, o'clock with Rev. J. E. Sherwood PHONE 151

Sunday ... the J. M. Edwards 1, celebrated their.birthdays jointly ed during the evening at the officiating., Burial was in Crosby YOU'LL LOVE the new Ester-

family, who were in Jax over the with a neighborhood party last Woman's Club ... Lake Cemetery with DeWitt C. brook proae-alza fountain pens ID FREE DEUVERY PLENTY PARKING SPACE

weekend saw a beautiful sight.... Saturday afternoon ... Lloyd See you in the next ... Jones in charge of arrangements pasta shades Only $S.Ot at Bradford -

the famous sailing ship! Denmark Olive observed his 11th milestone I t -Carolyn I r Comity Telegraph. l'r =?
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Camellia Show'ln Jacksonville Recipe For Long" Life ." .. Smith Building, Jacksonville' 2, Ing. Jacksonville J. Fonda
.;. Florida and file the original In the office
Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. P. T and file the original the office of of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on

NoUn, Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Norman Work Hard Take A Chew Eat Salty before the Clerk the of llth the day Circuit of Court Feb.. oo 1957 or: or 4th,before day the of Jferch. US/:

Mrs. M. F. Hazen, Mrs. S. otherwise the allegation. of said otherwise the allegations" of said
Complaint will be Uken as confessed Complaint will be. taken aa confesicd -
E. Sparks, Mr. and Mrs. J. D. by you. by yon.Thia .

Uoyle, and Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Drtf This notice shall be published once I notice shall be' published
Meat And Plenty Of Water each week for four consecutive once each week for four consecutive
Hazen' Jr. '
IN THE NEWS ,I weeks In the Bradford County Tele weeks In BRADFORD COUNTY
Mr. and :Mrs. H. E. ,Bradley graph. TELEQRARH.
..- r'c l. I Dated this J9th day of January, I Dated this 30th day of January,
and family were relative -. 'I 19 5'7.
I I "Don't be'afraid of hard: were married by Judge Gardiner 1957.

.- r - in Leesburg over the weekend. work," is the advice given" ...young' at'starke. Later Judge Gardiner :' Swi UOtflcial Clerk Seal)of Charles the Circuit A Darb Court). (OFFICIAL Clerk SEAL of )the Charles Circuit A. Court.Darby

Those from the Junior Mr. and Mrs. Jim Chasteen Mr. and Mrs. Bill Tilley and people -of'today by Mj D. (Uncle married Uncle.Marion's wife's sister ,' By Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk By Marian U Crosby Deputy Clerk
womau's weekend at Fort Benn- children and Mrs. J. S. Sapp spent 2/1 4t %/!% 2/1 4t 2/22
Club attending the the Marion) Carter, 82, one of ,the > Minnie: Dohn., -
Woman's Club Day at the Sea I ng, Ga. with Capt. and 'Mrs. A.' the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. best known and beloved' retired "Christina. had been born in* 'I' '4lI. NOTICE TO APPEAR NOTICE
'r Si, I To whom_It May Concern:
Jr. Dewey Warren in Statesboro, Ga., Clralt C fl. Bradford Couty
Turtle restaurant, Jacksonville A. Boggus farmers of the Lawteyarea.. Starke, and she made me: the Florldat !. Ckaaecrr. You are hereby notified that the
Beach on Tuesday were Mrs. Miss Montene ,Matzat of Jacksonville -' and Mr. and Mrs. Richard Ray "Hard work won't kill you," says smartest wife lin the world. We ; i Steve ferentlnos, Plaintiff vs. Betty following' described livestock, four
& (4) hogs, three of
(3) which
in S.annah Ga. : P. Ferentinos, Defendant. are
1 Carl Roberts, Mrs. Jim Chasteen, was the weekend guestof Uncle Marion, "or it would have had, two children, Mabel (Mrs. Case No. 18-2011 black gilts of which one (1) has-

Mrs. .Stanie Noegel, Mrs.. H. M. Miss Lu .Green. Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Middletor. killed me years ago." W G.',Stringfellow) and. Loui- r t Notice T. Appear.To a hog.blazed All face, and one (1) male
are unmarked and
of Melbourne I : Betty P. Ferentinos. whose weigh
Hatcher Jr., Mrs. J. B. Warren, Mrs. John Moyer and daughter, were visiting Dr. Mr.' Carter was born near belle ((([Mrs.: Louibelle Parks., of residence and address is: Unknown. about 100 pounds) are now im-

Mrs.. Richard Cauffman, Mrs. I Janie, of Jacksonville spent the and Sunday.Mrs. W. E. Middleton on Black, Creek, about five miles Lake Worth" ). I I UNCLE .).MARION CARTERth suit You for are divorce bcraby aounea_",. that a pounded amount due by by undersigned roe sonof aod said impounding the-

Lavern Outlaw Mrs. D. L. Thom weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Orie east of Oct. 4 1873 is ten' dollars'
Lawtey, on "We..went to live on a farm | 'barrel, and rice in 100-lb. baa been filed against you in the $10) plus
J. R. Kelly visited Mr. cost of feed and
as, Mrs. Drew Ratliff, Mrs. Seymour Wiggins. and was one of a large amily1 of not far from where father bags. above named Court and cause and The above described advertising.
my livestock will
and Mrs. J. H. Raulerson you are required to serve a copy of
Marco and :Mrs. J. E. Haf- Mri; 'and Mrs.! Don Champion in 12 children. His father was an unless redeemed within three (3)
2 Gainesville was living.at, that time- had "Those were the good old days, your answer or pleading to the complaint ,
and Mr. and Mrs. W. B. on ,Saturday. famier' on the Plaintiffs Attorney Ii days from the date hereof be of-
dy. Thompson early that area,
brought the "declare.
,Mrs. F. VV. Lee of St. Peters- farm where Middle- Lots'better than now. H.' C. Baldwin, P. O. Box 'ered for 'sale at auction to the
Mrs. Rudolph Sink is visiting Jr. attended a dinner. and George Washington Henry ton Rosier lives now from Joe II' Seems like everyone was happy Gainesville, _Florida, 10.'j' highest and b*!t bidder for cash.
burg is visiting Mr. and Mrs. E. February 1,. 1957
relatives in Salisburg, N. C. this show in Jacksonville. Saturday P. Lee and family this week. Carter, and his mother, was Jane McCulley7 But anyway, the farm then, but 100Y' JookS like the and Clerk file the of original the Circuit in Ute Court on,or s/ P. D. Reddish,
evening on the occasion of the Austin Carter. They both cameto I S heriff of E'radforlCounty, Florida
week. Mr. and Mrs. I Bought; is located just up the everyone has a dread on his before the 4th day of MarchM957; (
Thompson's 12th wedding anni i J. G. Holton and this section frQm Georgia. ,In IS otherwise the allegations of said Itchg
Edward Wilt of road from Buddy Norman's mind. ':
Mr. and Mrs. daughter spent the. .weekend in Complaint will be taken as confessed I
Long Valley, N. J. were guests of versary.Mr Tiftonr Ga. with Mr. and Mrs. addition ,to ,Uncle Marion three place. It was 10 acres and cover He paused and" got" on.the sub-I by you.This I,

Mrs. Ruby Johns, and William S. :?and Mrs.' Albert Hardee of: R. Whiddon.. others of the children are. still ed with c timber and it had a'-log Ject of food., I once each notice week shall for be tour published consecutive

-- Colson of Lemon '- rove, Calif., Jacksonville were overnight: Mrs. Hildafcelle Bence and Mrs. living: H. D. Carter of Maxville; house that was. built by Ervin "They'Ve kept )improving' this I I weeks In the. Bradford County iiTATHEATRE
of last week Mrs. Effie Johns of Starke, and and Telegraph. ,
guests Wednesday Norman.
Lemuel Colson Jr. of Anderson Juanita Downing of Jacksonvillewere improving that until, I declare Dated ,this JSth day of January,'

AFB, Guam and Edward Wilt Jr. of Mr. .and Mrs. Frazier Shaw. Tuesday' visitors ,of Mrs Mr$. Carrie Smith of,Dade City. 'Today you can still see the it isn't fit to eat," he 1957. '_ _
guestsof .Mr. and Mrs. Loran Conner Mr. Carter retired from heavy snorted.All S (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby
of Washington, D. C. were, Etta Hoover. place where 'my farmhouse Clerk of the Circuit Court .

Mrs. Edward Burns on Mondayand and family of Miami spent the Mr. and Mrs. Roy Wingate of work in'1947 and now makes his was-there's a fine grove of Night Frolics Bt 'Marian.L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk

Tuesday while here. to at- weekend with' their parents Mr. Jacksonville spent the weekend, home with his .children. At1 the pecan trees and,some palms. To- "We used to have lots: of fun ,- 2/1 4t 2/22

tend the funeral of their mother and Mrs. L., L.-Conner and fami. with Mr. and Mrs. Earl 'J.oenr' time of this interview he was day It is owned by Bill Reddish." back in those, days, too. We'd I NOTICE TO APPEAR

and grandmother Mrs. Lemuel l ly. Mrs. Carrie Ritch is visitingMr. sitting on the porch at thS homeof Grew Strawberries have frolics and dance all night I IB Florida Circuit IB Court CAeRe, Bradford?,?. Ceuty,j

Colson Sr. on Tuesday. Mrs. R. J. Davis spent the week his daughter, Mrs. Wm. G. Sometimes it would be a log roll- !Junta A. Jordan Paintiff Rosa
and Mrs N. Uncle Marion j
T. Ritch in Hia- paused, and then Jordan, "
Mat SAT. 2
Attending the annual Episcopal end with Mr. and Mrs. H. G. leah for a week. Stringfellow, at the State Farm. continued:' ing, house raising or a fodder I I Case Xo. 10- Ol?' FEB.

of Florida from Davis Jr. and family in Gaines. His eyes twinkled when asked a- pulling, and it would generallybe Notlee To Appears BIG DOUBLE FEATURE
Diocese Council Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Thomasand "I lived ,there for 47
years. To: Rosa }Ial Jordan, whose'resldence -
bout his early days, and his f cewreathea on a Friday because. would
to Thursday at the children of Jacksonville we and address is: 209 Father
Tuesday ville.Mrs. were worked hard, and made QUEENOFTHEIp \
in Jacksonville C. W. Denny and daughter, in a smile as he chuckled moneyat go ,to town the next, day anyway, land Street. Nashville.. Tennessee.! 'j ?
Church of Good Shepherd visiting :Mrs. L. S. Hutto and
farming. jraised cotton You hereby
notified that
until a
Mrs. G./'E.. Lanier and children, ,. : and'didn't have to worry about '
were Rev. R. E. family on Sunday. the boll weevil suit for divorce and ratificationof OuuAws..
got us
grew '
Jean and Glen of Ga. staying late.
Savannah agreement
Blain, John Powell, Joe Sistrunk, Mr. and Mrs. Brad Locke of Herds of Deer up
some rice, and ,.a crop of berries '.I has been filed against you in the
Milo Siegler, James Blackshear, were overnight guests Thursdayof Jacksonville spent.overnight Tues- "There was lots of game a- every year-Clouds, Noonans still remember 'the last above named court and cause and '\, I
last week of Mr. and W frolic I'' went to. .Me and yOU are required to of
Mrs. Mattie Gaha- Mrs. rs. round there back in those days. Vollie: serve a copy
Rowland with }
Ben day Shellie Hall.' and \
Lady Thompson-and corn, your answer or pleading to the complaint Fl
H. Nollman. On Mrs. Lanier played fiddles ther at
and Friday Plenty of deer, sometimes as
gan Mrs. Hebert Thomas D. R. Shaffer of Winter Park peanuts, Soldier beans and lots on the Plaintiffs Attorney .
and children ,returned to their in 'a herd and a Bud Crews' place and we all hada A. J, Thomas Jr., 203 Temple
is many as seven / .
Mrs. P. J. Quattlebaum.Mr. making his home with his, of other crops. We even raised Avenue, StarkeFlorda _
home in Savannah while Mrs.. fine time that night for
and sure. II.
lots of wildcats
and Mrs. M. L. Watterson, daughter Mrs. Steve Weldon. squirrels. egg plants 'but sold them all because and file the original in the office of
Nollman and Mrs. Denny went toSt.Petersburg That was about the .time when "And then there was the, one the Clerk of the Circuit Court,ODor
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Watterson, Mrs. E. D..Tenly spent Sundayand we didn't know how to cook before the .-
for ,the weekend. in. and only time I ever saw snow in I -
old Joe moved
man .Starling 4th day of March. 1957:
and Mrs. Dorothy Eiland spent Monday in Jacksonville with, them ourselves. .-
Mrs. 'Nollman Mr. my life.' It ,was the Big Freezeof otherwise the allegations of said
was visiting I remember him because he and
Mr. and father, C. H. Walters who is
the, weekend with 1-lrs. had Complaint will be taken as confessed -
and Mrs. W. Bi; Boyd and ,Mrs. ill. his sons were good hunters. /We- sweet ,potatoes on the late 90's. 'It came on a L LI by you. BOWS
Donald McMahon and son in Denny is visiting friends there. hand, all year then, our smokehouse *- Sunday night; ,snowed during the This notice shall .be published
Bradenton.Mr. Mr.! and Mrs. Charles Fields and I "We went to school at a little I once each week for four consecutive
Mrs. NoUman went on to Lake children of Jacksonville old board house about five miles .,had plenty. of hams and night and blew' in'under the door weeks in the Bradford County Telegraph
and Mrs. N. S. Dankel and Wales on to visit Mrs.J. spent Sun other meats in it and we ,didn't and was all over the bed f in .the S .
Monday day with Mr. and east of there. Had to cross KLftHOMT
Mrs. Olin WhiteSr. much Dated this 29th. day of January,
Brunswick have
in Ga. to
family were P. Tomlinson a former Starke and Mrs. J H. Fields. Black Creek to get there, and ; go ty> the store for. mon.fng. There was- snow on the 1957. .
Sunday visiting relatives. resident who returned to Starke We had cattle and hogs and porch that''lasted' for' two days OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby
sometimes the teacher would
Clerk of the Circuit Court
Mrs. Y. A. Harris .of Gainesville with Mrs. Nollman on Tuesday to; tote me across. His name ..was chickens, and these supplied all then. B. Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk I woMAjJ

', is spending this week with' Mr. be her guest until Friday. I ParkofPalmsTalks the meat we needed."I "Man, but that freeze killed 2/1. 4t 2/22 I
Dowling and he lived out by ,1UPIIRSCOPI 5- 5"
and Mrs. Lex Green, Mr. and Among those attending the Lake Butler. He. was paid about : had a little' hand-made everything! It got all our fruit NOTICE! Td APPEAR

Mrs. G. J. McGriff Sr., and Mr. Silver Wedding anniversary "open To Feature $10 a month. wagon that :was painted black including some fine pears that t IB Florida tircalt I.Ceart ChBBeery.Bradford Cosmty

and Mrs. Charles Harris and house" of Patrolman and Mrs. and had red wheels. We wpuld we used to ship' to New York by Marry S. Imming, Plaintiff vs. 'AHEIIICM iciusmc coir P1(11115110*
"The school lasted four '
families. South America year or load it with berries and go.to ,the the barrel and get good money Alyceann Imming, Defendant.
Hal P. Gillen in Lake'City last Case No. 10-2020
five months, and we had spelling,
Mrs. Junius Smith, Mrs. 'Edward Sunday afternoon were Mrs. L. market at' Lawtey-not the 'way for.. It froze rutabagas, right in Notice To ,Appears I PLUS"Title -
writing and reading. I still rem- To: Alyceann Imming, whose residence -
Burns and Mrs. Joe Wilsonof the ,hard road is now, but .alongan the ground so tight ,we couldn't
B. Alvarez, Mrs. T.> I. MersereanMrL L, South America -,r .particularlyEcuador ember the old blue-backed speller Is' Lake Parsippany New
Starke and R. A. Weeks of : Nejson) Green and Miss Ruby old road that- has about. disap, pull them out." Jersey and 'iyhoseaddress is P. O.
and its neighbors, an Jacksonville visited, Mrs. G. K.
.Green. the; missionary work being carried used, and we, all had a writing When Jersey.
Was asked
Lively what advice he
Bennett in a hospital in Orlando You are hereby notified that a
> Darter of Peterborough L,
on there through radio station tablet. some of the boys who "Or on' ,Saturday, -we'd take has for those who want to live to suit for divorce and custody of TERROR
f on Sunday.Sen. MIs-
Ontario, Canada was visiting time minor child
HCJB, will be the theme of went there at that were '
and Mrs. C. E. Johns attended Pat Lamb the past two weeks. our cotton to market' at Starke, a ripe- old age,: Uncle Marion bas been filed against yon in the
a week-long conference beginning Sam Norman, Francis Norman, above named Court and cause and
the old
using' ; road east of the replied:
the Golden anniversary -
Wedding Mrs. L. R. Wise and sons are you are required to nerve a copy of
Park-of-I Candace Norman
Sunday, Feb. 3 at Lige Mosley,
of former Gov. and Mrs. from the M. L. Lawson railroad tracks to get there. We'd "Work hard; it'll do you good; your answer.or. pleading to, the
moving the-Palms, Keystone Heights. Son Mosley and Bosher Mosley. sell it take chew of tobacco mplaint on the Plaintiff's Attorney
John W. Martin at the Florida at Gid Alvarez' cotton gin, a it's good I
ranch I to Key West today. Alfred C. Scott, 301 Smith Build-
Yacht Club in Jacksonville Wednesday Mr. and'Mrs. L; T. Parker and Speakers will include Dr. Clarence Preachers Not !Paid and, then spend the day In for your innards; eat salty meat,

evening.Mr. son of' Tampa, were weekend W. Jones, founder and "We went to Clay Hill Baptist Starke, visiting and buying sup- and drink lots, of"water."

and Mrs. Robert Barksdale guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jack president of World MissionaryRadio Church! which is now called.: .the plies. There's lots more to tell about

entertained at a family dinner Parker., Fellowship:' Rev. Bob Savage Long Branch Church. Rev: L. W. "There'd be a 'right smart Uncle Marion. You know when

Tuesday evening 1 ,celebration of Mrs. J. 'J. LSpsey of Branford I missionary from'the field, Kickliter of Kingsley' Lake was number of people 'there. Seemed you meet.him why he is beloved '

Billy Home's 'birLhdayanniv r- is spending several weeks"with and Rev. Harry Trover, U. S. the pastor. They didn't have so like the whole County came in' to and when he gets \to laughingand I EXNICOL

Attending 'Mr. and representative in the work. much money in churches then, trade in' those days. It was 1l'live-' telling some 'of his stories
sary. were her daughter, Mrs. Foster Shi I I Later'Cartoon
and the preachers were not paida ly place then. people would be like the one about his -
Mrs. J. W. Home and son, Billy, Smith, and family. Station HCJB, using .50,000 way- Carnival"
regular amount, although we trading horses (I rememberthe backed horse the time his Last Chapter "King
and Mrs. Richard May arid daughter Mrs. W. N. North of the State watts of power, now broadcasts I .

'Melody of Hampton. Farm is in St. Luke's Hospital, the Gospel 18 hours each day in would all 'give them something.I Marion Johns'' Livery ,Stable) shotgun, knocked him over, then SUN., MON., TUIiS.,
Mrs. E. S. Matthews will spend Jacksonville after falling Tues more than' 30 languages, and l is; remember Mr. used to and trading; at Truby & Stern- you realize why he is a favorite I FEB. 345IT'SGOTTHEHE.'T
go by our place two times a berg's and talking to their in the community. And he's still,
the weekend here with her son day and breaking her leg. heard in all parts of the world, ,
: month on his wayup ,to Brandy friends. 'They'd come to town, young in ideas,too. He concludedthe
and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Troupe The[ public is invited to hear more ""7

E. L. Matthews; and family, while and family of Jacksonville were about this exciting modern 'missionary -: Branch. then, hitch the horses to a wagonwheel interview with: 7

Dr. and Mrs. H. B. McLenfton of Sunday afternoon visitors of Mr. work. "Then in the year 1900 I met and then'spend the day 'Tell them' rm looking' for a I AND THE BEAT

Orlando Christina Dohn at her grand, enjoying.the{ elves.: Bacon used I widow woman." And when 1'Jtll 1-
in Tallahassee
are to
and Mrs. W. T. Jackson. Services will be held at 11 a. '
attend the graduation of their I father's (William Underhill) to' cost five cents a pound, ,and I asked what age he replied: _
Mr. and Mrs. .Paul Faulkner m., 3 p. m., and 8 p. m. on Sun ,
and three months later folks bought and flour by under 65."
daughter, Miss Jeannette Mc-' : place we sugar : "Anything f
entertained at a family dinner day, Feb. 3; 9:30: a. m. each week ,

Lendon, from FSU. party Sunday for Mrs. E. C. Lewis .- day through Friday, and at 8 p. Fiddlin' Around
Friends Dr. Adams To Head HeartFundDrveIn : WCTU Contest
of Mrs. C.
Houpt on the occasion of her 60th]i m. on Monday, Tuesday, and
will regret to hear of the death
birthday anniversary. Helping to Thursday. Nero before firebreaks
Details of contest to be Playing
of her mother, Mrs. S. J. Douber- : celebrate the occasion were Mr/ BradfordV\ /// Begin Tomorrow sponsored I

ley who died at her home in Lakeland Lewis and Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow for 'BHS students were out.can also be

S last ;Saturday afternoon. Thomas and family of Brooker.Mr. Youth NominatedFor Dr. H. H. Adams will head the worked out at a meeting i of theWCTU'last mighty foolish especiallyif

Funeral services were held Mon Boone and these diseases which I Friday rfternoon. The
and Mrs. Floyd 1957'Heart Fund Campaign In gainst cause your insurance coverage

day afternoon in Lakeland. children of Jackson, Tenn. have AF AcademyJack Bradford County Mrs. C. L. Scholl 53 per: cent of .all the nation's business session was presided rby'
Danny Strickland was I is out of tune' with the
visiting moved back to Starke and are chairman of the Jocal chapter of deaths .each year. 1 ; the president, Mrs. Florence

his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs staying with her .parents, MiL r. Edward Miller of Starke the Northeast Heart Association The slogan ,of, .the' 1957 Heart Hippie, 'and Mrs. I. W. McLean values it i's supposed, to 1

V. W, Strickland, Sr. in Daytona L and Mrs. O. W. White Sr., L- has been nominated' to the U. 'S announced yesterday.. Fund is "Help Your Heart Fund- conducted protect.

Beach from Sunday to Wednes porarily. Mr. Boone will be one of Air Force Academy by Congress The Heart Association will Help Your Heart. the devotional.. I i

day. the cashiers in the new bank. man Billy Matthews of the Eighth conduct its annual fund raising 'A state certificate was presented Better see us for a protec 'II

Mrs. John W. Griffin of Och- Mrs." Marion Howe is attendingthe Congressional District. He is the drive Feb. 1-28. It will be spon- Presbyterian MenThe to the local WCTU for tion check-up Today! '

locknee, Ga. is visiting her fain! Bradford County exhibitbooth son of Mr. and Mrs George Miller sored, the Starke Woman's Men of the First Presby- being a Fruitful Union during th
ly, the F.'F. Stumps, a few days State of Starke and is freshman at Churth past year. Five honorary memberswere
at the, Tampa Fair a Club under the, leadership of Dr. terian at their January
: from Jan. 29"to Feb. 9. While in Marion ,Institute, Marion, Ala. Florence Jennings, chairman of meeting Friday night, approveda S this meeting. i 5'. "u Sr0 .
Kate Fruin of Battle Tampa she is staying with Mr. Rep. Matthews said that under the .Health Dept. The campaigonwill list of. projects recommendedby I NOTICE TO APPEAR fo". .. : _

day Creek to, Mich.visit arrives next Tues ,and Mrs. Gary Ennis. the applicable rules, Miller must reach a peak on Heart; Sunday J. Lee Smith of Gainesville, I II.Florida' Cirralt !Court. Ckaaecrr.Bradford. Coutr.I o.) \I. .

Mrs. W. Mrs. Vergie Flynn Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Edwards and undergo further testing before Feb. 24, with a door-to-door chairman of the- Activities Committee .Sarah Deans Evans, Plaintiff; vs. ,,. ,
D. Fa.on and Mr. and I daughters visited Mr. and MrsJ. being assured of entrance. Each collection by "volunteers., of the Western Districtof ,William Albert Evans Defendant "Y ii

weeks.Mrs. H. J. Waters for several'I M. High in Jacksonville over Congressman and Senator from' The Heart Fund, conducted the Men of the Church. notice- To Appear Case No. 10-1978

the weekend. '- Florida is 'allowed to name 10 nationally by affiliates and chapters The members asked the officersto To: William Albert Evans whose

young men, making a total of 100 of the American Heart Association ,recommend activities for the residence 3750th Installations and< address Group is: Shep-A/3c H, C. M% Agency

from this State, From among makes it possible to carry local organization. Guy Andrews pard Air Force Base Texas JUUE LONDON
Hear These Sermons By PastoV Marvin Faile: this number," Air Force 'bfficIasvill forward an extension of research, discussed briefly the plans for '. suit are for hereby divorce notified and restoration that a i Phone: 146 i-\; \ RAY ANTHONY .

choose only five for actual education and community service. the C Centennial celebration of the of former name... 1RMTAIfJNa
"The Christian's admission to the Academy. If bas been filed against you In the '200 E. Call Street 6,
Greatest Problem" The only .national voluntary' or- city set for May 6-11. abon named Court and came and ss..upw1IMKTA3ltiIIIftRRT

Miller successfully negotiates the ganization dealing exclusively with Before the' meeting the 17 men yOU are required to terre i a, Fla. BMLI

"The Word That Won't. Return"First rigorous competition, he will enter the heart and blood vessel diseases present were served a ham supper the cOPT eomp1&Jnt of your answer-'.I tne or pleading Plaintiff to Starke,

,, America's newest service the ''Heart Association is in fry Circle 2 O!. the Women of the Attorney Alfred C. Scott SOI '. .

academy in mid-1957. the vanguard of the vital fight a- Church. .. '- "A Star Is Bored" Cartoon
The Eighth District Representative i

Baptist Church said hev had ,no vacancy at CNew Electric WED. THURS. FRL

Hampton Annapolis, and thus ,could not Lawtey'Lions Aid folio Fund Service Charges February', 6,, 7, 8 ,

make 'any .appointmen to the -
-- --

Sunday School 10 A. 31. United States Naval Academy for ,FOR- S TAB HUNTER
.19 1. :
(The boy with! the barracks bag1)NATALIEWOOD!
Training Union 7 P. M. STARKE AND VICINITY

"Hour of Power" Wed. 8 P. *M. Kingsley YWA .5- % (The girl! with the Overnight case!)


"Crusade For Chris Lake Baptist Church' met Thurs- I / FRACTION
day night ot last week In the
Sat. I .
6:30-6:45 A.M. _
WRUF home of' Mrs. Evelyn Bradley Starke

\ The program. "A Vision of Two .

:- Days," was the highlight of the DAY $4.00 NIGHT ,LI
50th Anniversary of the YWA

After a short business meeting,

for; fast pain relief. ,< refreshments were served to the Lawtey Kingsley Lake &. Hampton I
', eight members. present. ,
I DAY $6 OO. t1ak&&
:-;: NIGHT $10.00

BUFFERIN wish to thank our friends I Brooker:& Keystone freights Left ,

for their
thoughtfulness and the
: ", 1;.
-- ---- rtfbI
., ... ... many kindnesses shown us 'DAy $10.00'NIGHT ""zzyp"t'
POLIO In $15.00 ciiiiin '/ ::: : 10.
dur-I LAWTEY DINNER the part'of the public in the .. ./ .."'. "
ing our time of bere i _suv r /. N' %:"'y,1
sponsored fay the Lawtey Lions battle against the disease. p FM ';"' : ;;;;;
twice fast aspirin! (25c Words cannot express bur appreciation. ,;$,. j
- as as .- Mrs. E. J. Wilt attracted a big,crowd last Friday Other guests w re-Maxie Carter MASTERS ELECTRIC Lye/vol .f' _. .- :':
i night which netted $130 for the SERVICE '-' Ji"N7. :- ....'."1
Lemuel Colson Jr. Jr. chairman Bradford ,
I W. S. Colson. of the ..
doesn't your stanch! current Bradford County polio ", f_; ,.. ,
I upset. f drive. Shown above is part of the County Polio ,Drive and president MOENCH ELECTRIC SERVICE .7'/"S.:'""i._..:;., .z.. o i!
CARD QF THANKSWe ;@t;;# t.
gathering which filled the school of the Starke Lions club; .. ;<;1: L :

,wish to express our appreciation cafeteria. I I jHugb I ,Griffin, Macclenny, district WELLS ELECTRIC SERVICE' .

KOCH DRUG STORE to those who were so Speaker of the evening County governor of the, Lions ,clubs; .QC OKt lAKM m IAOUS.Km xp.

kind and thoughtful during sick- Judge Theron A. Yawn Jr. traced '' Harry C. Elrod Starke deputy RED SEAL ELECTRIC "One Quack, Mind" Cartoon -

ness and death of our.wife ,and the history of polio, and stressedthe I' district governor,. and many "

mother. N. P.' Hicks, 'famDy. need for continuing support county ,officials. 1

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BRADFORD mrVTV TTT.FyjRiPit, sr.utKE. FLORIDA ._ .. .
'W"Dwn.n" .nn .n w. 'Ono: .
nlu."a. &.LDnt.; J: .I, .IiJU

Whether It's Pigs Pot Plants I s ..% ...:( 1 : -- f

I or : -- - -' .

Must QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED I Prices Good Thru Sat. Feb. 2nd

County Agent Know The ScoreBradford a r .

County's farm I. agent small i'armers'already, have ,taen --I :I,.

Ceorge Huggins in an average jobs in the town to supplement ; .

day talks to a lot of farmers a- their farm incomes he I,I .
said. ,
bout a lot of things, but if you t ti rdc ,;
Country Place !
happened to be eavesdropping it "
"It's good that they have a little
would soon become evident that i in in i J t.
glace the'country, he said YY
his hearty friendly way he is "because many of them couldn't
constantly promoting new developments live in the crowded conditions in
new products of science own." ,
and more efficient methods. In his program of service to TALKING COVER CROPS are L tS. Johns,

Huggins explains the purpose Bradford County agriculture Hug- left, Huggins center, and Clyde( Hall on their Y .
of his job simply-"To do whatI gins; participates in many phasesof farm ,located near Hampton. These' men made BERRY GROWER George Shuford at his

can to promote better living for farm activity. Last year he an outstanding crop of field corn last. season. and farm on the Buddy Norman road Is showing
our farm people But to carry estimates spent about 100 days they are shown here In a fine .coVer- crop- of 1 '
Huggins some Florida 90 plants that have brown
out that aim, George engagesin working with crops and about 75 L
Striate} Crotalaria, which they Mill plow;' under
many activities and enjoys working with livestock: _The remainder as a green manure crop. leaves and'ar4s=dying. Hoggins.. works with the .

them all. were devoted to market- berry growers at ,this season to help restore the
Change Coming ing and distribution soil and water ...........
Industry to Its former position.
Huggins, recently named as and forestry.

one of the two outstandingfarm Over 1,600, personal contacts e \
agents in Florida, sees a "changeovertaking with farmers to give aid or advice :

the farming industryin were made, with more than -
Florida and Bradford County, 700 visits made to farms or homes '

with the inefficient farmer who and 900 contacting him in the of- qJb. Formerly'LOVETTSTake .
sticks to the old ways of doing fice. I .

thing.slipping out of the picture. Talks With FarmersHuggins' .. I E
"We are in most critical times I
place of operation is

agriculturally in stated.step To with help,"the the our changing farmers county times agent', keep:I I place wherever of his on'talks street he happens with corners farmers, to, be.in stores Many take ?;-... r t '' q t t Advantage of SWift, Cash Offer At Wino Dixie

is advocat ,
Huggins constantly
the barber he
or shop. Recently *

ing and demonstrating' discovered.new through developments went into a store in Brooker to In The Current Issues of Life Magazine, Look, and The Ladies II
get a soft drink and met several .
,scientific research. farmers gathered around the stove. Home Journal Swift & Co. Has An Ad With $1.45 Worth of

Need Great "We've just been wanting to see Coupons. These Coupons Are Redeemable at Winn-Dixie on
'The need is greater than ever "
you, the men said and the conversation
for small, average and even large "led into a discussion of PECAN GROVE of E. Meyer on the shoresof _____ I Swift's Products, at Their Full Face Value. Take Advantage of
farmers to keep up with scientific the' tobacco allotment program. Hampton Lake has been one of Huggins' projects I This Offer
developments and research h i lie Is shown above DRY-LOT FEEDING of beef cattle at the !
Huggins' records also show that talking to Meyer in his ,
and apply the" practices that, will he made_about 550 telephone calls 100-tree grove Hoggins bars been helping Meyer farm of Phillip Martineau near Graham. Huggins
benefit here, Huggins said. I
I last year distributed about SOp restore this grove which had been badly run down. discussed 'with Martineau the latest trend in ,feeding III
A second need was also cited bulletins attended about 60 One of the restorative I f
agriculture measures teas the plantingof beef cattle addition
including of antiblo-
by Huggins, the need for
planning"The meetings, and made about SHORTENING
a cover _crop of Hairy Indigo. .
farmer should set up goalsof 20 field demonstrations.. His travels tics. *

what to accomplish and adjust in .the county totaled about R
his program to meet those goals. ," 20,000 miles. I
he said. r
Also included in the county I It

The farm agent is the key fig* agent's projects is a hog inocula I JEWEL .
ure in this program, Huggins said, tion program, under which! he ; brk z'
gathering information from experiment "shot" about 4,000 hogs.
stations, learning whatis
Varied'BequestsThough .
practical and will, apply her'
his major concern is
and passing the information on to ; ti J t
with the farmers, Huggins also
the farmer. New methods, and gets many requests-from city people Save 15c With Swift Coupon
ideas which have
been proved bone y
forhelp, or advice on varied '
farmer in the County will
types of projects. One woman
be spread to others by the County i
called up and wanted to know 1N %
agent. what she could spray on a cob
Prices Lag web under the eaves to kill 'LBCAN
r Elaborating: on the critical situation spiders. Another wanted to know .3 59CLimit

facing our farmers, Hug what to put in paint ,to keep it
gins said that the farmers ,are from. turning yellow. A man asked 1r
suffering financially because the for help in removing parasites T

prices they receive for their from his single citrus tree and ,A.+ .
products have "not kept pace in others have asked for material to'YYYYYYYYYYYYTTTTTTTTTTTT One With $5.00 or More Food Order
proportion to the cost'of
produc- keep their lawns green. INOCULATING HOGS is one of the of
jobs SHRUBS AND FLOWERS in town are also
ing. to
contributing George is always ready and! the. County Agent here, and Huggins. Is shown "at of
part the work of
their plight have been market- to the Agent Huggins who Is shown : ---
willing give answers if --- :
ing competition: and changes in he can. the farm of J. W. Kelley near Brooker,' giving a above ,with Inez Green, of Starke. Huggins works -

consumer demands. Turning to the strawberry,industry black sow a shot. Kelley is a tobacco grower andit!! home gardeners In town to help them' with VAC PAK' (Limit One With $5.00 Food Order)
The trend will be to stock raiser. their agricultural
farmingon jn Bradford County Hug- problems.
a larger scale so that crops gins expressed optimism for the! 14b.Can

can be produced more economically ,, future. An ASTOR COFFEE 19cDEL
and the marketing compe- Land And KnowHow"We : Average Day With HugginsHuggins

tition can be met, Higgins said have the land and the .

"The place for the small know-how,'" he remarked! "but it's I Huggins acknowledged(: that was enthusiastic about to avoid'visiting places after 11 MONTE YELLOW CLING_ HALVES, ORSLI.
farmer is
limited the
county going to take
greater volume to
agent remarked, though some of improve marketing conditions." berry production is handicapped the response to his prograpi'and a.m. because the families always No.2* Can
because'it takes a large labor the hospitality which the insist
peopleand he for dinner.
stay And
pecially the small those farmers will, stay, es- He predicted that more farmers supply, but added the hope that the farmers display."I the big,'home-cooked meals aren't S I. PEACHES S 29c
having an assured will turn to strawberries as
market for their berry farming would become a enjoy being with the people" at all helpful in his campaign to
crops. Many cash crop. -I "family affair." he said, but remarked that he has hold down his weight. I


!> HIGHLIGHTS new their grand-daughter visit,: was to Shelly meet Marlene their- ., WHITE ARROW Giant 'Package 49c

Detweiler, born to :Mr. and

aal Py Mary Kay Schaeffer Phone Keystone 4127 Mrs.: Jack Detweiler on Jan.. 15, I
in Orange County Hospital. Mrs.
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School Principal SpeaksAt frying pan at the Annual Meet her daughter-in-law when 'she re- ..COLE'SfULL SWIFT PREMIUMBUTTERBALL '
Woman's Club I ing of the Trail Ridge Credit turned from the hospital. I

Cultural Development is lag- ,'Union of the Humphreys Gold :fir, and firs Wally Muhlhofer .I

ging far behind technical development Corp., which was. held at the are moving from their home at SUSPENSION .

in our country today, and USO building in Starke. the corner of Garden St. and .

the situation in schools allover ;Rummer Resident In Spotlight Lakeview ,Drive, to Wally's'moth AWIV Si .
our state and nation is be- .
our Nice to see our summer-neighbor .
coming critical, states Clinton er's home, also on Lakeview fiLE
'Dr. Frank Slaughter, on '. ,
West, principal of the local school. "Open House" Drive, at the other end of town,
Tuesday morning, .
Young people today have little Jan. 29, when he was interviewedby so that the elder Mrs. Muhlhofer, "TURKEYS

regard or appreciation for their Tommy Tucker concerning thDoctor's e recently widowed, will not be t
elders, or for property, and are latest book, The War alone. $46,54Drawer T'T'N

greatly in need of the kind_ of rior. This book is, just one of Rotarians were happy to see '
that I
can this.
many best-sellers by Dr. Slaugh- Ben Rose at the, regular weekly :w M. Letter sz.
According to Mr. West many of I. ter, who is now working on a meeting Jan. 25. He has been ill .. ,

left the best the field qualified of teachers education have for television series, to start soon. for some time and it is*nice that ; BRAND NEW Grade "A" Dressed and Drawn Quick Frozen
Local Children EntertainedWe he is able to go out again.
more highly-paid positions in industry -
While the schools of Florida have another celebrity in Shoppers at Scales' Store are .
our midst-Barbara
Webb.Larkin., cTOMS
have improved a lot in the last missing Mrs. Bernice Clark, who
few years, since, the Minimum an author Librarian and pro has been sick for some time, and *
Foundation Program the population fessional story-teller. She is living has 'had to remain home from OR READY TO

has jumped enormously,and on the Island in Lake Genevaat work. Mrs. Clark is always so LB

'it is all we can do to keep enough present. cheerful and obliging, and has 5 TO 7 LB BAKE
teaching units to accommodate On Monday, the Woman's Clut many friends in town.' We wish ,

the increasing school population. Library held open house from 2 her a speedy[recovery .,
The condition is nation-wide but p. m. to 6 p. m.,. the highlight of Nice to know that Mrs. Bill

,in Florida it is moreso. which was the story-hour from Whitesides has completed her -

All this and a great deal more 4 to 5, when Mrs. Larkin entertained stay at Bradford County Hospital, 4', EA T-RITECONTROLL D QUALITY
all the children ,
was the content of a talk givento who were and is at home' again... much' im r :" .: t /J-%mere filing tapocty. : --
the Keystone Heights Woman's present. The Library was beautifully proved. ( 4 ; yam The fast L8.

West.Club on Tuesday, Jan. 22. by Mr. and the decorated refreshment'for the table occasion was n, .Mrs.Gainesville"Mary Carew. last Friday.visited friendsin nM. -' g:... t as i'cessibieasIncr.iste folders ore. BEEF CHUCK ROAST 39c

especially attractive with birth ? Sr-ooth
a 1 sliding drawers
The ladies gathered at 1 o'clockat day cak decorated :Mr. and Mrs.: George Watson S > .
| with two
the club for a covered dish of Williamsburg, Va., are v-h-t spring compressors
candles, since the library is now Tender Juicy Full. Cut Round T-BONE STEAKSSTEAK
luncheon following which Mr. two years old. Mrs. in th home. of John'Dye., Jr. on bad svhle rods Heavy. ,

West was introduced by Mrs. H. Library Chairman.__n_Emery___. _"_Cooper. _q 1.i in.. Lake Geneva for two months. skz steel, tllte>>. green or' Sirloin or Club LB < LB
L. Morgan, Jr., a ,member of the Mr. 69c 19c
{ Mrs..Jim ,
-- charge of this lovely affair, which Hetteringtonand 0 : ; r Cose'ra,3akedenOmeI.I
Clay county School BoardHostesses .
1 was well attended. Mr. and :Mrs. Eugene Whittle ,

for the day ;were 'Speaking of the author, Barbara Kill be in New Orleans Feb. 24 -

Mrs. Olive Karges, Mrs. Irene Webb Larkin, it ,is interesting 29, when the men will attend a y 2'Y +n FLORIDA GOLDENBANTAM '
Williams, Mrs. Luthcria Horsefall, .
to note that she has a meeting of the American Instituteof
and Mrs Sara McDonald. story in: the January issue of. Mining Engineers, taking their x's< Ears

Duplicate Bridge Oub Good Housekeeping. Since coming wives along with them. During CORN 10 59cAGEN

Thursday evening, ,Jan. 24, to the island she has written! their absence, the Whittle and
there were 10'and one half tablesin quite I Hetherington .
a number of children
things, 'which will be car 3-Drawer
play at the regular weekly will ed ---: 43.95 .
be by their
soon published. She respective
was .
meeting of Duplicate Bridge Club.' formerly a librarian at the Vni- eats., gTandP-ar-1 2-Drawer Letter ___ ,34.50'4Drawer FROZEN < ..._, .! .. '" i 11
North and South I' -- >
were: ,
versity of Florida. ;:

'Mrs.Kyle, Hubert high score Ridaugbt; and and J. Craps Louis Personals NOTICE OF'I\TE\TIO\ GREEN E PEAS 2dw' i9

and,J. Morales were second high. I Rug-Hooking Mrs. C. L.. Sipe Club entertained, her Notice REGISTER Is hereby FICTITIOVS given that NAME the Legal ______ 5.95 i .
on Thursday undersigned,
East and West Winners were: the provisions of
afternoon, .Jan. 24, at her home. Chapter 20,953. Laws of Florida. LOCKS EXTRABRADFORD I
Mrs. Vesta Aiken and Mrs. .
Libby The Acts of 1941. will register with the r
meeting started
Campbell first: and Mrs. Edna with a cov Clerk _of the Circuit, Court in and --
Nilson and Miss Iva Hilliard ered-dish luncheon after which ida for,Bradford upon County. State of Flor -- We 'GiveS'N
the ladies worked receipt of proof of pub
on their
second high.. Next meeting 7:30p. rugs licatlon of this notice the fictitious
and visited. About 15,ladies name of Pel-Air
m., Feb. 7, at the Woman'sClub. were under which Service Station
.. and present from Keystone' Melrose, [business at Lawtejr we are Fla.engaged in I COUNTY TELEGRAPH
t Gainesville. D. B. Thomas, Lawte,.,
Whittle Js Winner Fla. and
Mr., C. TV.
and Mrs. John DetweQer Thomas. Lawtey, Fla.. owners. -
Saturday evening, E. V:Whittle have returned from Orlando where AJX.Dated 1957 this 2Mb at day:of January STARKE, FLoRlDA'1. ,
was the. winner. of an electric: they visited their son Bradford I" .
his 1/25 r4t J/15 0: _
County.Fla. "
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I and son of MonIac, Gi. were Sun- tion trip to Tampa, then all left the State Farm Frld j; i I -Class iso -Tareoated enamel IFlorlda until 1:30 o'clock P.Y. on Cue No. to-1St

day dinner guests 'of the Eugene Friday for their home in New]I I lined AWWA Federal specifica- Tuesday, February 5, A.D. 1957! at Order 01 Publieati.n. and llfetlee T.
Charles, Sapp celebrated his tions1 WWP-U1-A. and all which time and place all bidS re- Appears State or Florida T.I
4I Home Demonstration Austins. York. I I bfrthdy anniversary- last week. necessary fittings: ceived wIll be publIcly opened and Mlchlko Pryle, whose residence
15 6"x6"x6" Tees read aloud. on the following: and address Is: 111 LloYd Street
I Sunday School 9:45: a. In. each Mrs. Don Hill and daughter, Miss Dora Clark fell and suf- 5 6"x6" Crosses 9 Fire Hydrants Standard Philadelphia. Pennsylvania.You .

Ji Notes sund y. Worship services 11 a. m. Debbie, and Mrs. Anna Dygert fered a sprained knee. We wish era 15 6' Tapped Z" Plugs model with. 2 2 nozzle and are- required to appear om
The said city reserves the rIght 1 4% Steamer nozzle with
February 18. 1957. In the above
and 7 m. Prayer Meeting each spent Thursday of ,last week with speedy to
: byDOROTHY p. recovery. accept or reject any or all bids. 6" mechanical Joint shoe. named Court and cause, wherein
Wednesday at 7 p. m. Come out relatives in Pomona Park. Mr. and lrs. Ease Scott were City ot Starke"Florlda 18 r Gate valves Double plaintiff seeks divorce.

: 4 ROSS and worship with us in the little Mr. and Irs. Dan O'Grady and in Jacksonville Sunday afternoon By: Carl Johns, 1/18 City 3t Clerk%/1 dlsc-Non-rislng stem, sneehani- E'radford County Telegraph shall
- I cal Joint both ends ZOO Ibs. publish this Order In next four
:'L V Home Demonstration Agent old country hu'rch by tSe road. Howard C. Green of Jacksonville, visiting her mother, Mrs. Cora I. Circuit Court Bradford County. working pressure. weekly Issues.
official seal
I S Witness hand
spent wt weekend Hampton. B. Jones of Fernandina Beach Fioridsi 18 na..r7. The said city reserves the rIght at my Florida, this January 15.
Pearl R. Lyles, Plaintiff to accept or reject any or all bids. Starke.
Council Officers Installed decided to adopt the Improvement with Mr. and !{rs. W. A. Saxon who is ill I; St. Vincent HospitaL Lyles.. Defendant. va. O. K. CIty of Starke, Florida 1951.

The installation of officers of the district 4-H camp at and family. ![r. and :Mrs. G. L. Sapp were Case No. 10-1983 By; Carl Johns City Clerk (OFFICIAL SEAL)
Lake for the Order .f PubIIetIoa sad Notice t. 1/lS.st %/1 Charles A. Derby,
marked the of a new Cherry pro- of and
beginning Mr.
Miss Bessie Mae rannen of sunday guests Appearl State .r Florida Tos As Clerk of SaId Court.
year in the County Council. Mrs.L. ject. To raise money, the mem- Bartow spent last weekend with Mrs. Wilmot Starling. E. Dugger of the state Farm hers plan to sell lunch to the 4H'ers address Is: Unknown. Fleridsi I. C.aacer Chas. R. Hess, 204 Guaranty Life
the Raleigh Brannens in Hamp- You are required to
appear oa Albert P.' Pry Ie, Plaintiff vs. Bldg., Jacksonville 2, Florida.
Club was installed as President at their Rally Day Program ton. Mr. and Mrs. Brannen were named February 11. 1957. in the above Michiko Pryle, Defendant. Att.8. for Plf. 1184t %/S

of the council, and to assist her in March. Jacksonville visitors plaintiff Court seeks and divorce cause, wherein I
Saturday.Mrs. and
::OUSOILOURSTIBIGTI _YOU'LL LOVE tbA new Ester- restora- -' .. -
are Mrs. P. L. Dinkins, Sr. as The clothing chairman from Jessie Hall has been in tion Bradford of former name.. I

Vice-President; Mrs. A. C. Ellis, each club will form the committee Soil Conservation the Bradford County Hospital brook prose-size fountain pens Ini'astel publish this County Order Telegraph In next shall four I _

Secretary; Mrs. L. 1... Wainwright, to wOrk on plans for the week. weekly Issues.
since of last
Wednesday I shades. Only $3.09 at Bradford Witness my hand and official
"Treasurer Mrs. W. Markey, dress to be hela NEWSBy
; T. county revue Mr. and :Mrs. John H. Parker seal at Starke, Florida, this 9th
Delegate; and .Irs. E. L. Cox I early in May. Bill Hans day ot January, 1957.
I and Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Morris County Telegraph.I. Charles A.. Darby, I
Alternate Delegate. The all-day meeting was held Soil ConservatIon Service of Hampton spent Sunday in Clerk of the Circuit Court.

v .Irs. A. C. Belche served as the at the home of Mrs. P. L. Din- Valdosta- Ga. with Mr. and-Mrs. By Marion L. Crnshv Dpnntv pippr
I the Court of the Couat Judge Chas. K. Hess, !04.O5Guarrazity-Uf.
installing officer. She recognized kins, Sr. in Lawtey, the_ Lawtey! i Vasco Busey and children. Bradford County, Florida. I Building Jacksonville, Fla. 1
the fine tork accomplished last Home Demonstration Club being The other night at the Farm I la Probate. Attys. .for pIt. 1/11 U 21NOTICl 1
Bureau and Cattlemen's meeting Mr; and Mrs. Olen Bedenbaugh In Re: Estate of Louise Bohn. I -
year and complimented each re- the hostess club. A covered dish a/k/a Louise Bohn King deceased.
and visited last weekend
tiring officer. To the incoming lunch was served to the 25 people Phillip Martineau told about a family oth'e of Flllait PetitIon For I I. Circuit Co.rt TO Br.dford APPEAR
rotation of temporary grazing in Hampton with his parents, Mr. Final DlclaarKe of Executor County,
officers she challenged and in- present. Florida i I. Chancery.George .
duties.A crops he plans to use. Between and Mrs. L.. L. Bedenbaugh. ,. Notice Is lIereby given that I Kalogeropoulos, Plaintiff,
structed them in their new "Phelps Home Coming Night"Phelps 'have filed final returns as exe-
'I. my VB. Evangeline Kalogeropoulos, De-
mouth fulls roast Calvin Richard Arcadia
of mighty good of spent
dainty mum corsage was pinned Fabric Company in I : cutorof the estate of Louise E'obn, fendant. Case NO. 10-1980
beef Philip said he plans to turn last weekend here with the J.G. akaLouise Bohn King, deceased: Aeth'e To Appear
on each retiring and incoming Jacksonville has set aside I filed petition for
that my To: Evangeline Kalogeropoulos,
the land he had in oats for win- Adkins family, and Mrs. Rich-
officer. day, Feb. 5, from 7:30 until Tues-I distribution and for final discharge, whose residence and address Is:
ter grazing and plant Striata ard and daughter returned home and that at 10:00: a.m. on February Patlsson Avenue 61. Athens Greece.
Marilyn, daughter of Mr. & Mrs.E. for Home Coming Crotalaria for summer pa.sture. with him after several 20. 1957 I will apply to the Honor- You are hereby nounelS ctat a
L Cox, gave an interesting all the Home Demonstration Clubs Sunday able Theron A. Yawn, County suit fir divorce
He will use his Pensacola Bahia weeks here with her parents. I Judge of Bradford County Florida has been tiled against you In the
account of her trip to the National in this area to get together tl) between the summer and winter for approval of said Inal returns above named Court and cause and
4-H Club Congress in Chic- visit and look at What's New for to have Mrs. Nora Layfield spent last and for an order of distribution you are required to serve a copy of
crops. "I hope green weekend in Clearwater, making and for final discharge as executor your answer or pleading to the /
ago last November. Spring. grazing for my cows all year of the will of Louise Bohn a/k/a complaint on the Plain tift'. -
', the trip with her son and daugh- Louise Bohn King, deceased. Attorney Samuel W. Getzen, p. O.
clothing "
For the program on Plans are that Arthur Wingateof around, he says.A W. H. Ma well. Executor tv
Box 81, Gainesville
ter-in-law, Mr. and !{rs. C. H. Florida RCA VIctor AclaIr.Budget priced
Mrs. Dugger taught the members I Du Point's will show a film on V25 U /15 and tile the original In the office of .
of Gainesville.Mr. the Clerk : willi sensational new !'tiyin imcgepcture.
belt and buckle Layfield of the Circuit Court on or
how to cover a I the newest synthetics and :McCall's complete soil and water conservation before the 261 In. of ewcblaI
for dresses and skirts to give Home Demonstration direc- farm plan was delivered and Mrs. J. G. Adkins 11th day of February, 1951; i fuI aq.
them that finished look. Mrs. tor and the panel of Teenage to Ernest Edwards of Brooker. spent Sunday with their son-in- In Circuit Court Bra..rd C..ty, Complaint otherwise will the allegations be taken a. of confessed said- I crees. !'High-Sharp-and-Easy.the side tuning of the
show- law and 101r. and Mrs. Floridas I. C..ref1' S controls located high on
Pinholster daughter,
Markey and Mrs. Stylists will be there also. Included in his plan are by 70u.
sugges- Carl Whell'hel, plaintiff, VB. Isabel ThIs notice shall be plloblished cabinet let Me standing trp .
ed to make the eyelets in the Joel Smith, in Jcksonville. you
how The clerks will be on hand to tions on establishing wind strips Whelchel, Defendant. once each week for four consecutive
belt and the agent showed a new give information but no selling to prevent the costly damage done Mrs. Ola M. Perkins visited Case No. 101996Notl.e weeks In the Bradford Count Tel.- gives you needle-harp! tuning accuracy.
To AppearTo gra b.Dated. Balanced fidelity Sound. Three rich
and easy method of 'laking bound will be done. There will be de- to crops by the wind blowing Sunday in Gainesville with the R. : Isabel 'heichel, whose resideneo this Uh day of January -

buttonholes.Mrs. lightful tea tables of refreshments the top soil. With the increased E. Starr family, who are soon to is GaUnay, South Carolina, 1957. f'mishes ebony finish; maroon or limed
and whose address Is: Rt. 6, Gaft- (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A.. Darby oak grained finishes extra. Model
J. R. Kelly presided over. for everyone to be served. This is use of tractors, fields are getting move to Macon, Ga. nay South Carolina. Clerk of the ( Ircult Court 21T7112 -
the business meeting when it was a lovely affair which the club larger each year. Folks are re- Mr. and Mrs. Irving Young and You are hereby notified that a 1 8y Marian L.. Crosby. Deputy Clerk
I suit for divorce 1/11 ft %/1 I
I members look forward to In their moving fences to make their Walter Young of Valdosta, Ga. hat' been filed against you In- the $199.95
work. Removal of fence above named Court and cause and I _
clothing fields larger. spent last weekend in Hampton
you are required to serve a copy of CALL FOR BIDS
The agent would like for all rows gives the wind more chance with Ml1' Verna Young. four alswer or pleading to the complaint Sealed Bids will be received by .
J 4QflOT I across the fields and on the plaintiffs Attorney the City Council of the City of
who plan to go to please let her:to sweep Gerald R. Hart 301 Smith Bulldin2' Starke at the City Hall In Starke,
know so she can give the num- do its damage. A cropping system yyyyyyyyyyyyvyyyyyyyyyyy Jacksonville. %. Florida
I in strips will prove and tile the original in the office of I
ber to Mr. Phelps. He will need arranged
the Clerk of the Circuit Court 1)0 or I Service
( lo GV6t the information in making plans most effective against water and NORTH SIDE before the II FOR DEPENDABLE

for refreshments. The agent will I wind erosion. On level fields otherwls 18th day the of February allegations, 1951 ot: said

be going and all who wish may go where wind is a problem, the strips Complaint will be taken aa confessed -
with her. should be placed across the di- By l\Irs. Carl Brown&AAAALAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA by 70U. Termite Control
This notice shall be published
winds. The
.t-U Dates To Remember rection of prevailing once each week for four consecutive

1 February 9-4-H Club Day at Soil Conservation wind Service strips.will Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Gaskins weeks graph. In the E'radford County Tele- S RnOAehold a Commercial All Work Guaranteed .. Free Estimates

sate Fair, Tampa. help you layout Dated this 16th day of Peg ControlS
Just a reminder, March winds are were in Jacksonville Saturday on 1957. Fully Equipped -- Dependable
FIL :March 9-Rally Day in Starke. don't business.Mr. (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles JanuarY'1 Grove SprayingCaU -
just around the comer, get .
Co'inty Demonstration Day for Clerk of the .. All Makes and Models
caught with your wind strips and Mrs. James Saunders B7 Marian L. erolb7, Deputy Clark FL 6-6035
Dairy Foods Project. down. and Lamar Starling of :Middleburg 1/18 4t %/8

:March 16-District Demon- were Sunday dinner guests of
stration Day. Jessie Newson used the District Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Sapp. During Sealed Bids will be received by

tft starkl' 6th Grade Club fertilizer spreader to fertilize his the afternoon they visited Mr. the City Council of the City of & Chemical 'Co.
Starke at the City Hall in Starke .
Officers elected in Starke 6th pastures. He says, "I'm fertiliz- and Mrs. John Graham. Florida, until 7:30 o'clock P.M. on TV Radio Seat Covers Upholstering

Grade Club are: President; ing now so the grass will have Mr. and Mrs. P. B. Johns spent Tuesday, February 5, 1957 A.D., at 24 N. W. 16th Ave. hone 239 Starke, Fla
4 which time and place all bids re-
Sandra Warren; Vice-President; something to start on when we the weekend in Tampa visiting ceived will be publicly opened and GalaesvilIe, Florida.

Patsy sweat; Secretary; Vicki get those rains." relatives.Mr. read aloud, on the follwing: .. ,
riOOO feet of 6" mechanIcal joint ___- __. __ ___.-f
Wall..www..Y9..v.. and Mrs. Johnnie Aguiarof

a Willie Reddish, Lex, Green and Jacksonville spent the weekend
James Rosier used the District's visiting Mr. and Mrs. Truman .
a Smith'CoronaPORTABLE chopper. Willie chopped his fields Norman and other relatives here.

hIGHLANDBy .before turning them. James also Blaine Thompson spent the.

TYPEWRITERS chopped his fields and his pas weekend in Jacksonville with his tfJ6K1

Ira. Lacy Norman tures. Lex chopped his improved uncle, Vernon Johns.

From 74.50, plus tax pastures and so'me new land he Patsy and Rudolph Sapp visited
..&&&&&&&&&&&&&.&&&&&&&& is' going to put in pasture. Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Starling of

SPREAD JOY Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Norman NEW FORD TRUCKS rot.57

in he family by giving the spent the weekend visiting friends "vvvyv'vyyyvYv'vvvvIHAMPTON

world's fastest and most and relatives in Glen St. Mary. I ___ __ .IL .
I-- t1 Jl.
beautiful portable type- The attractive new home of Mr.: Wash Your Clothes :s't\ .-

writer-with the touch and and Mrs. Carson Griffis will soon Th. Ranchero More than a car,more j c < '
thOll truck-iI's a completely new ,'? .
action of an office machine be ready for them to move into 81 Ifn. D. E. 11111ALAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA I Founds kind ;vehicle. A real, pac It horse that -

Come in early for your it. It is a nice addition to our & bandIes more than half a ton. ToIIy r ca., Amer. J 1 ul I

demonstration of the mar- 1 town. For 4Oc! Q _ icci's lowest-priced, most mod- ., .. % 11
Mrs. Lacey Norman, Mrs. R. School Semester Ends:
velous new Smith.Corona I C. Griffis and Mr. and Mrs. Roy PTA Next Tuesday FREE Bleach U Desired! \ .

portable. Griffis were recent dinner guests The first semester at Hampton r\, r-u
Payments Arranged of the M. L. Thompsons in Jack- Elementary School ended last / I .

sonville.Mr. Friday, and report cards will be

for your convenience and Mrs. A. A. Crews of given out Wednesday, Feb. 6. We Will

the State Farm were supper Mrs. Ola 1\1. Perkins, principal, ,
Dry Your Clothes
guests of Miss Maggie Crews said.
last Sunday. The PTA meeting for FeDruary
For 20c .
Mr. and Mrs. George Chism and will be next Tuesday at 3:15 p.

FOR SALE son of Moniac Ga. were Sunday m. in the school auditorium., AI! In New Automatic Drlent I

dinner guests of the Eugene Aus- parents are urged to attend. .
Portable S'w
tins.Mr. Four new pupils added to the _

and Mrs. W. C. Hardee and rolls at the school include Brenda, .
$55 plus tax .y _' _
% _. __ ____
children were Sunday supper i
Barbara, and Bobby Patterson,
guests of the Oscar Vanzants in and Larry Griffis. The three Pat- The Washeteriaremple _
Royal Calahan. tersons are the children of Mr. .- -'- S .

$77.50 plus tax Glad to see the sick ones bet- and Mrs. Lamar Patterson, who Ave. 8tarke YW": .S.-S

ter this week: Bettie Mosely, lit- have purchased a home near I

tie Teresa Herndon, the Harvey Hampton Junction. From Sylvester -

children, Aunt Frances Norman Ga., they have been living in ,- Eii !

Bradford CountyTELEGRAPH and Dick Anderson. Sorry lit- Starke for the last )'ear. i 1 _

tie Franklin Pendan'fs is still Larry Griffis, a transfer from :; 1 1 .

ill. Branden schools, is the son of
Mr. and Mrs. Berton Carruthers 'olr. and :Mrs. Leon Griffis, who /k\\: t\ .
and .
little grandson of Jacksonville -
have moved to a farm near The- ; _
were recent guests of Mrs. ressa. Home Appliances k
Phone 29 Starke Fla. ,
Ruth Marr. Mrs. Janie H. Noe, sixth and N.w pickup with Styleside body, standard at no ellra

Rev. and Mrs. George Chism seventh grade teacher, was un- Your Friendly cost, gives you stunning sly Ie and the biggelt capacity
I of any half.toMer.Available in 6*.and 8.ft. body enths.toog9mi .
able to teach her class Wednesday .
Norge Dealer
Jan. 23, because of sick .

That's Our Business children, and Mrs. Virginia Faile NQRGE APPLIANCES .

a ii If It's Glass We Have It! served as substitute. Mrs. Eva
4 Henderson was unable to hold S l\IAYTAG WASHERS 4.
music classes Mo day because of

: Joe Peters Glass CO. illness. S COLEMAN HEATERS and
Mr. and Mrs. Earnest Moeland FLOOR FUR."VACES'Ve

and daughter!, and Mrs. Fannie Theywre modern through and through
Service All Makes
FOR ANY GLASS NEED Mills of Lindenhurst, N. Y. visit-

1% We Design Modem Store Fronts ed Mr. and Mrs. Bill Underwood I Of Appliances I

Just Mail Us A Pattern and Mrs. Louise at
for Hogan Hampton The
Lake last week. Mrs. Millssta.ed Phone 10 boldly modem styling you see just hints at how ?calls-completely new-stronger roomier, HEW ridin, COMfortl Big new roomy cob,
Table Tops I deeIHlown modem the '51 Fords reall are! smarter I New wider windshield. New inboard ampletel,utwcbcu...,p-si...ond inctsos.Jvisbilty
1313 N.W. 4th PL GaInesville FJa. Phone FR. 2-4353 I with Mrs. Underwood for Starke, FloridA step,new Hi.Dn entilation. improve handling ease.
the week while Mr. and Mrs. New Ranchero rides,bandIes and looks like a mod-

Ioeland continued their vaca- em car. It's 11 rugged truck that carries over hill atonmore HEW hydraulic dutch standard in all "models HEW chassis strengthl New frames,up to 13$ _
frolll pickups to tandems Easier to operote- stronger. New afurdier front and rear aalesl
than standard picl-ups. Ford's all-
I many works like hydraulic brake. Outch and broke New bigher capacity sprirsl
TIlt Cab Series brings modem thebigtruck
design to
new pedals ore suspended typel
Crosby Cemetery f flea It's America's lowest-priced. Tilt HEW pow" advllllclIl! Higher horsepower,
- ::; BOTTLED GAS SERVICE Cab line HEW Sfyltsicle pic"p bodies standard at freer breathing,higher compression ratio,sew _
Lots Cleaned 110 extra cost.Amenc&s beg pidup bodied Super.filter air cleaner. Short Stroke engine

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VYTY V V V VVV VVVVVVVYVVVVV1 can sure hear It. These preacherswho VT. her on Saturday. -Jacks nville. I I the Clerk of the Circuit Court : ::: ;
ODor weeks In the Bradford Coyaty Telegraph ( Darby,
Official I A.
to preach for us feel Mr. and Mrs. Earl Teston and I before the 25th day of 1
come R. L. McCall had as weekend February. I Clerk of the Circuit Court. .
CLAY HILLby free and really "turn loose" and IfTYLAWIEY family, J. B. Teston charles guests Mrs. R. H. Outlaw and aid; Complaint otherwise will the allegations be taken as of 1157.Dated this 22 day of January,I By Marian L. Crosby Deputy 4t Cleric 215HIGH

I tell it to us. If you doubt my Tanner, and Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie; daughter of Jacksonville, Mr. and confessed This by yon. 1/25
word, come Saturday, Feb. 2, and dj Mrs. Joyce T. Futch Teston and son visited 1 r. and Mrs. C. W. DeHaven of Green each week for four-publishedonce consecutive -

Mrs. J. L. StricklandAAALALAAAA&AAAAAAAAALA listen to Rev. Cutshaw and I do Mrs. Charles Mosely and son at Cove Springs and Mrs. Miller of Telegraph.weeks_ In the Bradford County -

believe you will be convincedI AAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAA LA ALA Highland on Sunday. Mrs. Moselyhas Chattanooga, Tenn. Dated this 18th .23
day of January, 1 Fla. Speckled Pole Bean, lb. ___
am right. If you can't come next 'Bake Sale For PolIo just returned from ute hos- Mr. and Mrs. Bryant Reddish .957. .
Our daughter Minnie Gurr, Saturday night, come the next Pies and cakes will be sold in pital in Starke. had as Sunday dinner guests Mr. Clerk of)the Charles Circuit A. Darby Court I I Wade Stringless bean, lb _____ .27

from Jacksonville was on the sick and hear Rev. Odell, or the next 'the building south of the post Col. Norsworthy'and family 1 and Mrs. Fred Bennett; Mr. and By Marian L. Crosby. Deputy Clerk

list last week and was unable to and hear Rev. Lee. We have office on Saturday Feb. 2. If any visited Mr. and Mrs. John Nors- Mrs. Paul Lynch and daughters, 1/25 4t 2/15 .Tender Green Bean, lb. _____ .25

attend her Aunt Florence Horns- services Every Saturday Night, one would like a special kind of I worthy in High Sprlngs. on Sun-I and Rev. and Mrs. W. L. Mills Jr.I XOTICE
TO APPE4.RI. Kentucky Wonder Bean lb. ___ .23
by's,funeraL We hope she is well not just once in a while, as some cake please leave your order with I day.Mr. of Jacksonville. Circuit Coart. Bradford Commtr,

long before now. seem to think. I have been told Mrs. G. W. Roberts at the store. and Mrs. St. Clair Griffis Friends of Mr. and Mrs. James Richard Florida D.: IB Chandler Chaaeery.Plaintiff, TS. Cherokee Was Bean, lb. ____ .25 _
Gertie Faircloth is very eick by: several they didn't know we All proceeds will be used for the and family were'Sunday dinner Starling will be interested to Inez Chandler, Defendant. (S
services EVERY Saturday guests of Mrs. Alice .Bradley in know that'Mrs. is Case No. 10-1008 ,1 Watermelon lb. 1.25
with cold and was unable to at- have Polio Drive. Starling stay- Case No. 10-2008 Congo ____
tend church services Saturday night or they would have been The E. C. Johns family and Jacksonville. They all visited the ing with her parents Mr. and Notice To AppearTo

night or Sunday. We mis her I attending well, I{old them and I I Ronald Kimbrell attended a fami- Zoo in the afternoon.The Mrs. Alton Dobbs In Jacksonville dence: and Inez address Chandler Is,: whose Unknown.resI- Cucumber lb. _____________ 1.25

very much in church as she is one haven't seen them in the congregation ly reunion at the John McCor- R. C. Bryants attended I until James gets settled You are hereby notified that a
of our regular attendents. yet. Perhaps one reason.' mick home in :Macclenny on Sun- church at Mr. Todd's in Lak I at an Army Camp, then she plans suit been for filed divorcehas against you It the Blue Tag Certified Red Pontiac
I I t\ Potato Seed. 100 lbs. ________ 4.50
more do not attend, they think Butler on Thursday evening.Mr. to join .him. above named Court and cause and
Clyde Nelson, the negro man take a great big offeringfor day.Friends : and Mrs. E. D. Higginbotham Deepes sympathy is extendedto and you are required to serve a
who lives on Mrs. Robert Taylor's up of :Mrs. Ed Durban copy of your answer or pleading to Dixie Runner Peanut 100 lbs. __17.00
the preacher who preaches, and sons of Maxville spent the families of Mrs. Laura the complaint on the Plaintiffs
farm, is sick at this writing. will be glad to know that she QUALITYLOW
very and they just do not have the the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Griffis and Mrs. N. P. Hicks. The Attorney Mack S. Futch, P. 0.
Some of the neighbors went in returned to her home Friday after Box 943, Starke Florida Henderson Bush White Lima lb. .20
money to give. This is wrong too. James Waters and sons. community will greatly miss i and file the original U the office of
Sunday to see him and render as- spending many days at Brad-
We do take an offering but it Is C. B. Bennett and Miss De- these lovely ladies. the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or Jackson Wonder Speck. Lima, lb. .20
ford 0. J. before the 25 day of
sistance. The pastor and his wife County HospitaL Boy- Feb., 1957; PRICE
to go to the finishing of our loris Ann and Charles Bennett Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Hamilton: otherwise the allegations of said
weekend with the
ette the
of the colored church in Gaines- spent Complaint
had as Sunday guests Miss Carol I will be taken as confess-
church and to build class rooms of Miami spent from Wednesdayuntil
and ed by _
ville, to which Clyde and Ger- Durbans was accompaniedhome )'ou.
for our Sunday School classes Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Moore and Mr. and Mrs. Nor- This notice shall be published once 412 WEST
trude belong was also there visitIng by his wife, Idelle, who had Hamilton each week for four SUWANNEE STORE
Mitchell Brown and sons. I man of Jacksonville, consecutive
which have to a bench
several with the Dur-
with Clyde.D. spent days CALL ST.HUNDREDS .
and Mr. and Mrs. Hamilton
outside an auto, or anywhere Mr. and Mrs. Joe Lamb and Lynn

B. Lang is reported very they can find a place to have a bans.Mr. daughters of Starke were Sunday
much improved in health and un and Mrs. Tom Tatum and
class. These preachers come with- dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs.
less some complications 'developed family spent Sunday in Lake City. Wise. IB the Circuit Court of the Elgllt..1 CDLONIALFLORIST
out Ralph
pay. Judicial Circuit of Florida
he is probably discharged from Mr. and Mrs. Brad Norton and
Mr. and Mrs. Leon Starlingand For Bradford Coantri
Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Matthews,
children visited the Winton Par-
the hospital. He has been in the In Chancery |
hospital since Dec. 19, and has daughters Mary Agnes and Betsy, rish family at the State Farm family of Jacksonville visited Case No. 10-20041
Mr. and Mrs. George Shuford Gussie Burden a widow. Plaintiff
been in very serious condition. and Bobby Fergurson called on the Sunday. afternoon. during the weekend.Mr. vs. George W. Cole, et al, Defen-

There have been some fervent Stricklands Sunday afternoon. Of I i Mrs. Louibelle Wainwright and dant.
and Mrs. L. C. King and NOTICE TO DEFENDIn
prayers offered for this boy and course we soon learned that Mr. Louie Frigo of Jacksonville were family spent Sunday with the the name of the State of Florida; PHONE 218 of details are managed and economic-
To GeorgeW.. Cole William T.
we are very thankful Indeed to Matthews was looking for some Sunday dinner guests of the Leonard Griffis family in Starke.Mr. Dryden, A. C. Martin Isaac Dowl- ally attended that only a trained and
say our Lord can heal, and does pictures-of a woman with a BIG Steve Starling Jr. family.Mr. G. W. and ing James E. Harrison, J. G. Alvarez careful '
Mrs. organization
and Sapp attend when
,, if alive, and If any of the ( )
heal and we feel that He has shot gun-and a man with a and Mrs. D. G. Wilkersonhad I
family visited the Wiley Smithsin above named persons be dead thento the urgent need for serving is at
healed D. B. Bible! Some contrast, we say! as Sunday visitors Mr. and Jacksonville on Sunday.The his unknown heirs devisees hand.
legatees, grantees creditors or other .
Richard Lang returned to Clay Well, he got the pictures and all Mrs. D. J. Ballentine and familyof J. C. and Rudy Higginbothams persons claiming any interest in the FLOWERSFor 4

Hill from Tampa last week, and of us enjoyed the visit very Jacksonville, the H. R. Bar- of Maxville were Sunday hereinafter described property, by, X
through under or against each
reported D. B. much improved.- much. ratts and Mr. and Mrs. Bryant: guests of Mr. and Mrs. Nathan such deceased; and to the unknown All Occasions

Gene Lang and our grandson Ed- Some have asked us if the man Wilkerson of the State Farm. Starling.Mr. heirs devisees, legatees, grantees DeWITT C. JONES
creditors or other persons claimingany
dy Lang from Tampa spent the Sam McGarvey wrote about last The Ernest Raulerson family and Mrs. Ralph Harding of interest to the hereinafter des- DISH GARDENS _ Phone 1 Starke, Fit. _
weekend with relatives and friendsin week who went to the chicken spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs.C. Syracuse, N. Y., and Mr. and cribed property by through underor
against John H. Darby, deceased POTTED
this section. Gene reports Dave house to shoot the animal which B. Cannon in Starke. Mrs. E. N. Tester of Jackson- Fannie G. Gaskins, deceased, F. G. Funeral Director Ambulance Service

up walking all around. was molesting the chickens, and Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Carter and ville visited Mr. and Mrs. L. P. deceased Gaskins,, deceased.John D. Gaskins Sallie ,J.deceased Darby;, POTTERYFlowers Our local funeral home enable -oj to otter conveniences and

Rev. McGinnis filled his appointment shot the chickens was Jim Strick-! Mrs. Ed .Carter and family visit- Rafuse and Joan on Monday eve- and to all persons having or claim- servlcea not ctherwli available.
with us Saturday land. We can assure you IT WAS ed :Mr. and Mrs. Nick Pope in I ing any interest in thf! following WiredAnywhere
lands situate in Bradford County, .
night and we heard another won- NOT or he would not have been Jacksonville on Sunday. Mrs. ning.Mr.. and Mrs. Ezell Wise of :Florida, to-wit: I _11111 I I II 1 _,-_I- .

derful sermon. If you want to talking about it and laughinghim Robert Myers and daughter came Jacksonville, and Mrs. J. W. Hartof Lots original 5 and Town 7 of of Block Starke 13 of Brad-the I We furnish the highett type service at lowest price, and

hear some good old time country self sick! If anyone should home with them for a visit. Bell visited the Allen Hart ford County, Florida, as per plat accept ANT life Insurance policy In force, leaned by ANT

preaching full of Bible truths shoot eleven of Bessie Strick- Mr. and Mrs. Frank Sweat and family on Sunday afternoon.Mr. Boundary thereof entitled of Starke"Map recorded Showing in Nona St. Starke company u payment in part or In full on a funeral.ConaaltAtion .

with plenty of the beauties of land's big fat hens. well, if they son of Jacksonville were weekend and Mrs. H. C. Kelly and Deed Book N at Page 759 of the curie
no ebUpt1aD.
Heaven all through the sermons, laughed about it, they would takea guests of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Car- Mrs. Margaret Kelly had as Sunday public ty, Florida records: of Bradford Coun-

also plenty of the awful torments trip abroad first! Does this ter. i dinner guests Mr. and Mrs. P. I GREETINGS; You are hereby notified I

or hell, come to this little country explain this? Mrs. Troy Bennett and Gary L. Seaver of Jacksonville.Mr. been brought that a suit against in equity you and has =- ,

church called Clay Hill and you were in Jacksonville Sunday to and Mrs. Leslie Bradleyand each of you as defendants in the I

.4 see the new arrival, Ryan Bennett family of Kingsley Lake above entitled Court and cause by
Gussie Durden, plaintiff that the
son of :Mr. and Mrs. Glenn visited Mrs. Bradley's parents. relief sought in said suit is to MODERNIZE YOUR OFFICE
--F iL-OI-L-- Williamson.Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Warren, Friday quiet and confirm plaintiff's title I
r to the above described lands as an
Arthur Pearce spent from evening. Indefeasible fee simple title thereto -
of Atlanta is visiting I : against the claims of you and hi
until in River-
Monday Friday each of you; and you are summonsed -
I side Hospital Jacksonville. Mr. his son-in-law and daughter, ordered and required to' You spend most of your waking hours in your
For Dependable Full Service Call file your written answer or defenses .
Keep and :Mrs. Harold Sapp of Miami Mr. and Mrs. Leon Wilkerson. to the complaint in said _________________ I II
and Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Sapp and Friends of Ezra Gault will regret cause in the office of the under- i' _ office. Why not have it as pleasant and aUlaei i
to learn that he suffered a signed Clerk of said Court attarke
daughter of Jacksonville visited Florida, on or before the
home. You will be at the
L. F. (Monk) DINKINS their mother. :Mrs. Pearce, and heart attack Saturday night and 25th day of February A.D. 1957, and as your surprised !

Mr. Pearce during the weekend. is a patient in Bradford County to serve a copy thereof on Hollis increased efficiency that equipment will
V. Knight, plaintiff's attorney new i
Mrs. Pearce re-entered the hospital Hospital.Mr. whose address is Starke. Florida, L-J;
Mrs. John Crews Jr. on or before said date, as requiredby I ::: I
and office.
Phone 63 Night 91 on Monday for surgery. the Laws of Florida and Rulesof ::J5, bring to your
382 Temple Ave. Starke. Florida :Misses Betty, Judy, and Frankie of Dundee visited his parents, Court. If you fail to so do, a ,
Sunday. decree pro confesso will be entered II II99J
the Senior Crewses on
_._ ,_._._,_.. Wainwright were weekend guestsof against you for the relief
O---L-. I-11-- -U- ;; Prevattand
their uncle anH aunt, Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Rowed demanded in the complaint. This 4
notice shall be published once a
Friday :I
r. family spent
Mrs. Luther H lliard. Sunday week for four consecutive weeks
guests of the HiLlards were Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Ernie Souther- n the Bradford County Telegraph. EXECUTIVE DESKSSTENOGRAPHER'S

See BILLY JACKSON Raymond Suber and a friend. land in Lake_ Butler.__ _. _n of WITNESS said Court my at hand Starke.and the Florida seal
.A I Mr.: and Mrs. Milton Jenkins Mr. and Mrs. Neil Joyner ana this 21st day of January. A.D. 1957. DESKS
of Starke spent Sunday (CIRCUIT COURT SEAL)
FOR and family of Jacksonville spent family Charles A. Darby,
the weekend with Mrs. Lulu Dori- afternoon with the Marvin R/J-i Clerk of said Circuit Court EXECUTIVE CHAIRS f1D

TOP SOIL, FILL DIRT, DISKING ty and F. A. siers.We 1/25 4t 2/15
are sorry to report that
Mrs. Marvin Thompson of Jacksonville NOTICE TO APPEAR STENO POSTURE CHAIRS

And All Type Tractor Work was the guest of her Patsy Bradford Sapp County is still Hospital.'confined She to In Ploridat Clrralt In Court.Chancery-Braalord Court,

parents Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Grif-, Richard F. Tucker, Plaintiff vs.
PHONE 165 was visited on Sunday by Mr. Georgia A. Tucker Defendant. .
fis, on Sunday. and Mrs. J. S. Sapp and her Case. No. 10-2002 Lowest Prices on Steel Filing Cabinets
I Shad Thompson of Lake Butler Notice to AppearTo
mother, Mrs. Shipman Sapp. : Georgia A. Tucker, whose i
W. T. JACKSON TRANSFER I is visiting his son-in-law and Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Morris residence is Titton, Georgia, and !
whose address is Post Office Box
daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Don :
spent the weekend in Seville with 219. Tifton, Georgia.You 4 4-Drawer 4 Drawer I I
Starling. Mrs. Alouise Morris and Mr. and\ are hereby notified that a

a- A. M. Blanchard Celebrates Mrs. C. A. Byrd. Mrs. Morris. has suit been for filed Divorce against you In the Letter Size Legal Size II

9-1 th Birthday came home with them for a short,above named Court and cause and

Vacalioti Fontana Village Resortis A. M. Blanchard was 94 years I .1 you of your are" answer required or to nleadlnir serve a tn copy tha S II
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I different-at Fontana old on Jan. 25. Among those help-,I visit.Mr.. and Mrs. Mitchell Brown'c complaint on the Plaintiff's Attorney $46.50' $54.95

everybody has fun! ing him to celebrate this occa-!! and sons visited relatives in Bald-I J. Donald Gibson. 100 Smith Build- .

Fishing.is excellent in tion were his daughters, Mrs.C. win on Sunday.Mr. ing, Jacksonville 2. Florida Plus Tax
Fontana Lake and and file the original In the office of Plus Tax ,
S. Bohannon
of Miami, Miss and Mrs. Carl Moore of ,
Fun Fi//od// there's swimming in a Arthurine Blanchard Jacksonville, Jacksonville visited Miss Eliza- ,

new luxurious pool ia Mrs. Johnny B. Dye and Mr. Dye. beth Terry. \
season, craft making .
Fort Lauderdale and Kingsley M. Wakefield of .
Rev. Troy
square dancing, scenic Lake, Miss Enza Blanchard, and Gainesville returned from doing I i .

Fohaha# I tours.board, horseback tennis, shuffle-riding :Mr. Blanchard's only son Bob religious work elsewhere and filled Full Size Smith Corona \

-plenty more to see and his great granddaughter, his pulpit at the Methodist ,

and do in this sparkling Margaret Kellerman. of Miami. Church on Sunday. In the after-

_ mountain air and Miss Enza Blanchard assistedby noon he and L. H. Futch calledon COLDS Pacemaker
there's supervised play Mrs. Josephine- Palmeri served A. M. Blanchard.Mrs. ..FIGHTS ALL Typewriter
for children. baby sit- delicious home made cake and Mae Wells had as Sunday SYMPTOMS AT ONE

ters available. Have coffee to these and the many dinner guests Mrs. Bessie Bakerof IN LESS TIME! ITS THE i--::

the time of your life at other friends who called. Satsuma and Mrs. R. C. Chat- PROVEN COLDS MEDICINE: Only $169.67Plus QualitY

Fontana. Write'or Mr. and Mrs. Walter Bucholtz, ten of St. George.Mr. .

phone for reservations .t who are living in their new homeon and Mrs. Frank Rowe of 1 Perfect f Esagril
today Free color I work
the Raiford road, have as Macclenny were Sunday guests FRIGIDAIRETHE Tax

.. .. folder. guests Mr. and Mrs.Joe Muellerof of Mr. and Mrs. Truby Wainwright -I .
>*ftx- -- stfedFOMTANA. Watertown, Wis., Otto Buch- Terms Arranged

VILLAGE holtz and Merle Bundy, of Dur- Ray Reddish. who attends the I BEST.KNOWN .

RESORT and, Wis. and their daughter, University of Florida, is spendingthe NAME IN ELECTRICREFRIGERATION

DEPT. S-W FONTANA VILLAGE N. C. Mrs. Charles Texton, whose hus- semester break with his par-

band is serving in the U. S. ents, Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Red- RANGES

Army Mr. in and Germany.Mrs. Phil Shuford of dish.Mr.. and Mrs. H. C. Harley and WATER CONDITIONERS HEATERSAIR Remington Rand "Topflight"

Moore Haven spent the weekend Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Starling hadas
with Mrs. John Shuford and Dave. during the weekendMrs. WASHERS & DRYERS
NOW.... I Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Allan Nolan and son ol Adding Machines $116.99

Paul Bennett were Mr. and Mrs. Baldwin, Mrs. Gladys Whitman, Get The Best For Less --

Webb Kersey and family and and Miss Jackie Harlr/ of Jack I

8 POll!! Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Smith and sonville. At I AND UP
family of Starke.
Rev. and Mrs. W. L. Mills Jr. .
yOU A ;..-- Little Ricky Roberts of Gainesville of Jacksonville, Rev. G. E. Cut- Smith Garage -- Terms To Suit Your Convenience II

BRINGS spent from Thursday until shaw and Bill Reddish of Heil-

Sunday with his grandparents bronn attended services at the! l'i Ie' -

Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Roberts. Mr. First Baptist Church on Sunday. Sales and ServiceWe ______ _______ _______ _______ ______ _______ ____
a i that writes smootlJy, easily without smearing and Mrs. George .Roberts came : Rev. Mills filled the pulpit for I Service AH Slakes of

KING-SIZE CARTRIDGE WITH AVZ-MLE WRITING CAPACITY I for Sunday dinner and carried both services and will be the Electrical Appliance

New "CST"Controlled, Surface I FLOATING QALLconstruction for their.son and home Mrs. L.in P.the Rafuse afternoon.Mr. and. i, speaker Sunday next guests Sunday.of Mr.: and Mrs. 606 PHONE N. Temple 120 Ave. % WE RENT Typewriters and Adding Machnes

Joan attended church
Tension Ink. smoother writing at Worth- O. J. Anders were Mrs. Jimmy

No smear-no skip less wear.INSTANT. ington Springs on Sunday. Hogan and.Mr. and Mrs. S. Mann _
-no stalL Dries in Mrs. Eve Godwin of Starkewas .

an KING-SIZE instant. point Writes touches the moment paper. her mother the Sunday, Mrs.dinner Mary guest Reddish of, WE CONTRACT FOR Ii Let Us Know Your Office Equipment needs _

Cartridge lasU and :Mrs. Francis Hefferson. Dur-. i I

for normal months use.of Your II'choice tn.FUIe of MediumSTANOAtO hoi :ing Mr. the and afternoon Mrs. Jimmy they Brown called Godwin on;i iI ALL TYPES OF BUILDING I If we don't have it in stock -- we'll get it! lb Ill

WATERFASTyet _______
S I and family at the State Farm. BUSINESS AND RESIDENTIAL .

fabrics washes in soap from Mrs. Nell Howsley of Jacksonville REPAIRS REMODELING JALOUSIE PORCHES

or detergent. $250 was the Sunday dinner guestof
the A. M. Blanchard family.

Bradford County Telegraph Miss Arthurine with her to Blanchard Jacksonville returned W L._ THIGPEN I ., JR. Bradford County Telegraph _

after having spent the weekend I '
here. Phone 297-J Starke FIa.I I PHONE 29 STARKE
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? Phone 29 Starke Fla. j Mrs. Georgia Ann Rapp's son, Route 2, Box 245-D

Everett Burney of Jacksonvillevisited I -- .


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ON CHURCH{ BELIEFS. NEWS OF INTEREST TO COLORED I DEVELOPS INTO liveweight is .recommended.Handbreeding. .

CITIZENS OF BRADFORD COUNTYByOzoraj.Shehl I If For Adults Set !I PROLIFIC. THRIFTY- 'SOW with the exception -

Rev. and M-J. Walter Zv da. I of taking more time, U
.' Breeding gilts too young tan
CHURCHES Missionaries fiv/m Asheville N. C. better than allowing boars to
impair their
will be speaking in the Black f, t Several new "courses such as growth so they run 1 with the -sows' in the- field.

Creek Baptist Association duringthe &AAIAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAFirst "How to 'Prepare an Income TReport" never 'will : become prolific, Controlled breeding requires
healthy mothers. This word of
next few weeks on the differences Semester Ends out and "Conversational warning'comes fewer boars and enables the pro-
again and that Mrs. G.-
v EtheJ for from Dr. E.
Spanish Beginners" will beadded'
Church between Roman' Catholic The first semester, for the children Young, is up and arooifd. The Combs of: the Florida Agricultural ducer to keep exact records of
St..Mark's Episcopal Methodist and to the'adult* classes already dates.
Baptist beliefs. breeding _
the public schools ended all ,
in pastor asking members to in according to I Experiment Stations.
Rev. Raymond ,Go MacBlaln Sunday'- Sunday school 9:45; Mr.' .Zvoda was formerly a last week. Report cards 'are being attend church class. meeting, ahd H.Gibson progress, Bradford County Adult* Even though young females A healthy boai is just' as important

Services at St. Mark's Episcopal morning worship 11; recreationtime film Catholic entitled and will show a sound sent to. parent i and are expected other auxiliaries of, which you 1. Education Program director. normally come into first heat at as a healthy sow. He

Church wiU'be as follows: for MYF. 5:45: ; Dine-A-Mite "inside,the Vatican to be returned to the may, be" a'member.,' William Uol-i I Adults Interested in. any study five to seven months of age should be fed liberally a few
also I
City, the
Sunday: 9:45'am.. Church for MYF, 6:15; youth programs. Rome- where catacombs under school signed with remarks if land reporter.- 1 course' are-invited 'to 'contact Mr. avoid turning in the boar then weeks before the breeding season

,School and Adult.Class; 11 ajn. 6:45: ; evening worship motion Christians were necessary. Did, you know that Allen AJH.E. Gibson his the' he advises. A rule I I
-- buried and the Coliseum Chapel Church 1 at office in, rear good to follow so he is gaming. If the boar is
Morning Prayer and Sermon; 6:30 and'My where the section the child's card '
: picture "My Right Emperor Nero killed Christians on fRev. R. J. Washington pastor hada 1 of the USO, Building or send a is to breed well-developed, gilts too fat however he should be

p.m. Y. P. S. L. Cause" 7:30.Monday in the first where it says "Parent's Cornments" n's" postal card to Adult Education so.they will farrow at about one slimmed down two to three

Wednesday: 7:3tr: pm. Utany _- :Meeting of the Of-. century. is the place for you to very successful 'M Day Program. Box 1190 gtrke in- -year. )I months before service time by

.and Meditation; 8, p.m. Choir ficial Board '7:30. On, Friday at 7:30, p. m. the write the way you feel about pie starting With ,Sunday School. dicating' : I the
preferences. i Hog farmera will soon be I limiting amount of concent-
Practice.- Wednesday Prayer meeting meeting will be held at Black report from the teacher? Don't At 3 p.m. we were happy to rates fed.
Communion: 1st Sunday Pond Baptist Church and Fri Current offerings include breeding sows for next spring's
Holy on
and 'Bible study 7:30., wait, until ,the child 'gets a bad have the following ministers and .
11 a. m.; 3rd Sunday, 7:30 a. m. day. Feb. 8, at Highland Baptist mark to write something; if you MathematicsEnglish Radio- crop so this, Is timely advice. CHURCH
members worship, with us: Rev. Television Typing Bookkeeping
awaits everyone. nEILBRONN MISSIONARY Church. are pleased the report Good pig intelligent
i fwjth you A. E. Striplins pastor of ML Mo- Science,. and History. crops depend on Sunday School,10, a. m. MornIng _
BAPTIST CHURCH can say sQ. Let's take more time management of the WorshIp 11 m.

ADVENTIST SEVENllI CHURCH DAY Sunday School 10 a. m. Morn Presbyterian Church in examination. of, the report, jiah Methodist Church; Rev. A. a Eligible :veterans may to enroll in herd, before and during the Evening Service. 7(5'p a. m.Sunday YPE -

cards six weeks. Vinson, pastor of New Bethel program leading a high breeding season'and
Evening every ... during gest- Service Wednesday,
Services each Sabbath In the ing Worship 11 a. m. school diploma and receive train 7:45. p. m.
Training 'Friday Adult choir practice, American* Legion Baptist Church, and Rev. G. Lee ation. Flushing sows-, getting Prayer :
home of S. N. Brown across from Worship. 7:30: p. m. ;. ing benefits, Mr. Gibson stated. Meeting Friday 7:45 p. m.
m.Sunday. Post 314 and of the them in a
6:30 m. Mid 8p. I Auxiliary gaining condition in LAWTCY
of Union (Sundays) p. of Greater AtIoliBatist. !
Church east pastor
Bethel Baptist }? should be pointed out however -
Sabbath School 2 m. week Prayer Meeting, WedneSdays Sunday scnool, 9:45a. : American Legion will hold regular ." a' week or two before breeding- Sunday School 10 a. m. Morn _
p. waiiellvered
Starke. The the
sermon by Rev. that Adult Education
each Wednesday. ; 7:30 p. m., Rey. s. F. 'm.:- morning worship "A Dur- meetings at RJE ont SundayFeb. I often insures larger litters. ing Worship 11 a. m YPE Service -
.Bible Study I The Program is not confined
evening certainly -
Beard pastor. able Faith," 11 a. m.,. youth fellowships 3, at 2 p. m., President program Feeding about one and a half Saturday, 1:30: p. m.
7:30 p. m.-Arden Mote, pastor. Pauline Marshall and Commander t.began at 8 p.m. with the men's to securing a high school edu- \ I
6 evening --
p. m., worship -
\ choir of the catio ..-Almost kind class
----- I composed men from any
ask all members to be
-= I "The Four Who Were Lost57O Kelly presI
j ., n ent: The Auxiliary will listen to I the various churches of the com can be offered at any time if the : -
; p. munity. Prof E. Thompkins -' minimum of 15-members can be
Wednesday Prayer meeting, the elimination for the oratorical
A FIRST BAPTIST CHURCHSTARKE 7:30 p. m. Thursday, Junior contest that will be held in High the guest speaker, C. C. met" he ,added Recent requests $25ONLY$25

Feb. Anderson;, principal of Anderson have been made for leather- _
choir practice 3:30: m. Springs 17. Persons expected Will
p. ; evangellism Deliver
FLA., S worship First PresbyterianChurch to speak are Mary Alice Rob- Junior High, School Lawtey.. The working shorthand, sewing, Any

co-chairmen for,,, the Men's'Day creative writing and Bible study.
Jacksonville 7 m. erts and John Givens, both are NEW PIANO OR ORGAN
S i p. Upon sufficient demand, these
students, at RJE. Parents and program were. Bros. Levy Len-
REV. LEWIS D. HAINES, Pastor friends will be permitted to hear non and Cicero Leggett who 'are classes will be organized. 'Balance can be -paid in small monthly payments.

At The TabernacleRev. their hes. Mrs. Corean to be commended for' the very Arrangements can-be made
Town to
of -
Jefferson"and Court Streets In'The Heart spee BARNYARD MANURE IS bring several i instruments -
fine program., They wish to
Phone Office 234 -Past rium 130 .' and Mrs. Walter Zvoda McNeil reporter. thank all persons who contributedand VALUABLE.SOURCES. OF to your home for selection.

showed a motion picture "The Social Saving Club made the program a success. : NUTRIENT, MATERIALIn CALL "OR WRITE 'GRIDLEY MUSIC CO., INC. .

7:30 P.M. House in the Desert" at the The Social aving Club will A.total of $166.75 was raised for 1025 W. University Ave. Gainesville I
11:00 A.M. I Fla.
Sunday Sermons: Gospel Tabernacle last meet Monday night at the homeof medieval times the farmer ,

Sunday School 9:45 A.M. Training Union 6:15 P.M. night. They explained that Friday Bible Mrs. Rabana Clark. All mem- New the day.Hope Rev.and Mosely his congregationwill pastor' of who .had large amounts, of barn- Phones FR 2-4032 or FR 2-1086 I II

prophecy was 'fullfill in the bers are asked to attend., The 1 yard manure was thought to be I

Midweek. Service Wednesday, 730; P.M. building of a town on the shoresof Christmas savings were very good i worship with us Sunday rich. The Florida farmer or -
night Feb. 3. The Missionary
WDVH at the Dead Sea. last year. We, are hoping that I grower: blessed with a supply of -
the Sunday Morning Service :over Society of,Allen Chapel will meet
Hear A message from Habbakuk, each ,member will save at.least service cowa, pig, sheep or horse man- 30 Million Americans
after Sunday
11 a.m. Regular.Broadcast Every 1, 3, and 5 Sunday. I presented by the sponsor at both $50 this, year. Mrs. Corean Mc- morning.immediately President Givens asks ure is'also well off, agricul- *

; services last Neil president; Mrs. R. B. Cohen turally. can't be
Sunday created Interest'in all members to remain for a short wrong. Yes, there are that many Americanswho
Old Testament reporter. Dr. Charles F. Eno of the
Prophecy have
meeting. Louise Broxton report; gone to chiropractors in recent years..
-"'--- Visiting ministers are being New.Reporter ', Florida Agricultural Experiment -

heard, and several are expectedin We are pleased to welcome to er.Mt.. Nebo Baptist Church .held Stations says manure is of Thru experience they have found that minor 'acci

the near future. the staff of reporters WilliamP. the first anniversary of the tremendous importance. Well dents, falls strains, jolts and poor posture produce

i Holland. He is a native of cared for it ranks with a com
nerve which in
:FIRST LUTHERAN CHURCH Christian Union Sunday Jan.- 27. pressure turn cause disease. Your
Church FilmThe Starke and has studies at Flori- pletefertilizer because it contains chiropractor is
The Union is composed of three a specialist in removing nerve
da A & M. He is a' Steward of : the big three in plant foods: pressure
A.M.E., and has restored health in thousands
churches: Mt Pisgah of cases after a
I OF STARKE film "My Right and My Mt. Moriah Methodist Church Starke; Macedonia Baptist. sium.nitrogen phosphorus'and potas- other methods have ,failed. _-
and recenUy served as delegate to -'
Cause, will be shown at the Starke. -
and Mt. Nebo
WILL HOLD SERVICES AT OUR First Methodist Church Sunday the annual conference held in Morning Hampton'worship; was conducted ,An: average ton of mixed farm Phone 108 for appointment today. '*

West Palm BeacK. We that manure'
evening at the regular 7:30 wor hope contains 10 pounds of
the Union Choir with Mary
A' New Location ship. The film is a story 'of the Bro. Holland will ,be a faithful by Helen White at the piano sermon nitrogen, five pounds'of phosphoric H. G. BOLLINGER, CHIROPRACTOR

Bible in Korea. reporter and keep'the news of acid and 10 pounds of pot-

122 E. Washington St. (N ar Walnut St.) Produced by the American Bible his 'church ;in the eyes of the by Mt.!Pisgah ev. George A.M.E.Lee.church At was 2 p.m.in ash. Because the phosphoric acidcontent 3 BLOCKS NORTH OF POST OFFICE IN, STARKE

Society it is in color and lasts reading public. lags behind it is important -
7:30 charge with Ruby Lee Hall at the
Sunday Evening at 26 minutes. It is a true story of We regret the illness of Re- piano and Rev. S. Redic preach to add superphosphate. a .. -

the Rev. Young Bin Im, general porter Gladys Blye'of Bethlehem which not only adds to the nut .
ing. At 4:30 the Union Choir
Services Conducted By secretary of, the Korean Bible Freewill Baptist Church.. We hope followed by sermon by Rev. rient value of the manure but ,

Society and the preservation ofa that she will soon recover and sang also prevents loss of ammonia.An .
S L. A. Tillman president of the \
Rev. A. F. Gerbhart, Pastor new Korean Bible manuscriptfilmed continue her reports for the Sunday School and,BTU Congressof application of 30 to 40

mostly in Korea'the movie church. Mother' English of her pounds of superphosphate I
Jerusalem Assn. Closing remarks TO A SCREW9C
-, has an unusual background played i church was funeralized last Sunday tort of manure is recommended \
Rev. L. U.
: i were by Mobley,
by Koreans. Huff.Funeral Home of Jacksonville : Dusting the fertilizer in the dairy I
pastor of Mt Elora Church; Er- BUILDE&GHERZFO&
The Rev. Donald Kokomoor, extended was in charge. vinston Fla. Luncheon was; serv barn gutter, before and after

an invitation to everyoneto Sports % ed by Sister Janie Mitchell ,and cleaning also helps hold in ,plantfood. _
attend the The.basketball teams were carried -
,showing of the .
committee. Retf 'G. B. Burg-
.i Complete film. on an educational tour to man. pastor; Sister Mitchell re- Building a roof over the man- 1-m
C. C. Anderson Junior High \I
Dorter. ure pile is' the best way to save
St. Edward's Church School where they saw a film on !
,CLOSE-OUT The ordination of Bro. B.- T. the manure's nutrients. Rain- DQ you _
Fundamentals of Basketball and
Sunday Mass at 9:15; a. m. Marshall was held in New Bethel water falling on an open pile will

Holy day masses, 0:30: a. m. and Ball handling. The picture was Baptist Church last Sunday at 7 soon leach out the elements.

3:30 a. m.Children's. shown by principal: Anderson who p.m. The sermon was preachedby Ample amount of bedding,

1 Catechism Clas each made some interesting comments. Rev. E. V. McKinney of such ,as"straw will trap precious _

Wednesday at 3:15: p. m. The educational. tour and experiences Gainesville. Deaconess meeting animal water. Cornstalks and ., ---aa.a.. ...,

) Keystone Heights I were enjoyed by all studentsof was held at 5 p.m. with presiden! old hay supplemented with shavings -
Ronnie Donnie StoreWALNUT Lawtey and Starke. The 'Tigers ---.,-- -- --'- --
; (At St. William's Chapel) Sophia Royal in charge. Mission- wdust or peanuts hulls,

(Follow Hiway 21 south to St.William's and Tigerettes 'will play Murray ary Meeting will be _held Friday are other substitutes.CAN Contract Us For All Repair and
High. School of St. Augustine on
I Sign. at '2:30 at the church with Presi-
ST. NEAR POST OFFICE Sunday Mass 8 a. m. Friday Feb. 1, starting at'. 8 dent Sarah Jenkins ,in charge. CHEAT YOURSELF Building Needs._ .

p. m. on the court at RJE. All X .
I Holy day masses 7:30 a. m. This Sunday'will be Communion BY POOR MEASURE tN

I Everything Must Go --- Close-Out Confessions before all Masset.t cheer fans are for asked the girls to come and boys.out and Day.-Join Jenkins. reporter.On MAKING TIMBER SALEA Use Our Easy Payment PlanNO

\ To The Bare Walls --- Prices Marked CHRISTIAN HAMPTON CHURCH Fiesta The Social Fiesta Club Social Club was p.. m. the Wednesday.Clara Ward Feb.singers 13 at will S cheat tree himself, farmer out can of unwittinglj money: by DOWN PAYMENT ,

in the
RJE cafetorium
appear at.
Below Cost! Christian 7:30p. : and ignorance of the methods 'Used
Down Endeavor Friday recently organized consistsof .
interest of. Mt. Pisgah
) m. Bible Study Wednesday, young couples of Starke. The Advance tickets may be today inj! measuring wood.That's Example $500, 36 mo., $17.64 mo.

7:30 p. m Sunday Morning Worship -: officers include: Clarence DeSue. why it pays to become ,

i All Sales t'inalCash Only No Gift Wrapping 11 a. m. Evening Worship 1 president; Gloria Graham,- secretary purchased ,at the Brooks Cafe in familiar .with scales us d.or. :
Starke and the church
or Green Stamps 7:30 p. m. Bible School 10 a. m.: : Harry Young treasurer; parsonagein neasuring trees, according to
Lincoln The is
I City. program Assistant
I Forester A. S. Jensen
and Pauline .
1 I Marshall reporter.The being sponsored by Sister R- L. of the of Florida I ffARKE
GIL\ILUI' University Agricultural
SALE STARTS' FRIDAY FEB. ITenei next meeting will be held on Walker reporter. Extension Service.
BAPTIST CHURCH Thursday Feb. 21, at the homeof 1
Sunday school 10 a. m. Morning I LOST: ONE WALLET Four systems are commonly
Mr. and Mrs. in
Jerry Clark Levy Lennon lost a Wallet with used to estimate number of SUPPLIES
11 Training
Worship a. m. BUILDERS I
Lincoln .City. Plans will be ma'deto
Reduced :
Dresses 'it.
Greatly his name engraved on He is
Union 6:30: p. m. Evening Wor- celebrate the birthdays of board feet-the unit of lumber

ship, 7:30 ,p.: m.Rev.. W. O. and Clarence asking the person who found it measurement indicating a pieceof

2.95 Dresses NOW 1.99 Collins Sr., pastor. DeSue George at Washington this meeting. One of'the all to keep his the $35, but please return wood one inch thick and one
of very important papers "Whenever '"

3.95 Dresses -, NOW 2.69 NORTH SIDE wider goals of the Fiesta Club and drivers license. Return them Jensen square. advises, "the landowner possible,
-' will be to attend the Fiesta of :
BAPTIST CHURCH by mail to 738 Brownlee St. or should sell his
4.95 Dresses NOW 3.15 sawlogs by the
the Five Flags held' each year
Sunday School, 10 a. m. 'Morn in person to the Bradford County International scaled This
in the late spring in Pensacola. system .
5.95 Dresses NOW 3.79 information '
: Training Any -
ing Worship a. m. Telegraph. indicates most accurately the
Union 6:30 p. m. Evening Worship Robert Dell, a member of the cerning the wallet will be greatly
: number of'board feet of lumber
6.95 Dresses NOW 4.79 7:30'' Prayer Meeting club is, now working in West Lennon.
m. appreciated.-Levy
p. I
than can be sawed out of a log.
Palm Beach. We that he
Wednesday 7:30: p. m. Everyone hope Thurston ElementaryThe The Scribner and Preston Tne4pointsofaljettefPROMPT
will be home for.'the next meet-
welcome.- E. C. rveyastor. dinner that by
was given
scales are widely used in Florid1now.
Girl Dresses at ,
Honey Savings Ing.R. the PTA members of Thurstor. -
\ CHRISTIAN CHURCH J. E. PTA Meeting Elementary at the home of MrsS. Although they are fairly

3.50 Dresses NOW 1.99 Rev.J. }. Sherwood, Pastor President Marion Dell asks all C. R.. Price in Gainesville! on amount accurate'of and allow for certain, .
treedefects both
Bible School 9:45: a. m. Morn- parents, teachers and friends to Jan. 14 much give

4.95 Dresses NOW 2.99GiVs'SfciYfsSizes3fo8 ing Worship 11 a. m. Youth attend the regular meeting of I,by the large was enjoyed crowd attending.We very lower volumeper: tree than.the *

Church, 6:30 p. m. All young the PTA on Wednesday; Feb. 6, in are asking all patrons and International.* For. instance. p

people invited.EVERGREEN. the cafetorium of RJE A special friends to attend the next PTA tree into one three, foot 16-foot in diameter lops has"120,sawed FRI NDLY g RVIC ., '

program is being prepared by
a meeting in order to slearn more
board feet measured bv the International -
: L. Shaw of
2.95 Skirts NOW 1.99 BAPTIST CHURCH vice-president the Lincoln City Mary division. Please ,about your school. scale. Bv the S rib--
There will bfl Bible
3.95 Skirts NOW 2.49 Sunday School 10 a. m. PreachIng plan to attend. program for the a Lincoln pictureand City ncr, the same' tree has, only 95. LOWAJKR,1t .
board feet the Preston
6:30 I
11 Training Union : running _
a. m. Church News '
community on Sunday.. Feb. ito .....,
4.95 Skirts NOW 2.99 p. m. Preaching 7:3ff p. m. Prayer Greater Antioch Baptist Church. at 3 p.m. The program is in the about- the. same or slightly- :

Meeting Wednesday 7:30 p. m. Rev. George Lee Pastor will,hold, interest of Thurston Elementary more. EASY MONTHLY'"r '
Nationally, the buyer should

Girls' Summer Blouses, 3 to 8 WOODLAWN MISSIONARY regular starting services with Sunday all day School Sunday at School and Bible is sponsored:Mission. No by ,theChildren's admission offer more per thousand board i. -

BAPTIST CHURCH 10 a. m. Supt. Arate Williams i feet 'wh*'n Quoting on the Scrib- PAYMENTS
but an offering will be _
BEST DACRON 10 am Sunday Scnool, 11 a.m. The ner or Preston scale than on 'the .
QUALITY charge., baptismal sermon: taken. Mrs.i, S. C. R Price, I
preaching. 6:15: BTU 6:43: prayer International.
will be delivered by Rev G. G.

2.95 Blouses NOW 1.99 service, 7 o'clock song services. McArthur. The candidate for March sponsor.of Dimes Jensen frowns on use of the-< DtAL WITH YOUR O 'VNI

is Doyle scale. another method that *.
baptism the beloved wife lour 4
NOW 2.49 Following is the March of
3.95 Blouses CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST pastor. Sister }Mabel Jenkins may be employed. He says Itsuse
LATTER DAY SAINTS Dimes drive report from the I IWSURAMCEAGEMT
__ Lee. Tie procession will leave should be, restricted: to sell I
Services each Sunday in old schools !up to now: Wateroak. _
- we hardwoods that haa high i
after the for '
immediately sermon
Masonic Hall on E. Call St. Sun-' $4.20; Hampton, $10.20; Thurston
percent of defect A farmer
All Children's SHOES ReducedSOME the pool, at New Bethel Baptist $14.90 Anderson Junior i
day School 10 a. m. Sacrament ; High
selling timber the
Church. Dea. J. C: Carlwell, reporter by Doyle scale:
I Service 6'.30 m. Everyone wel. $96.97; RJE High' $100. Total !
would have! about
only half as 1
BELOW COST! I come. 22627. A supplementary report I
much'as thoueh he sold-
Mt Moriah Methodist Church. by In-
will be made after the Mother's
*' Rev. A E: Stripling pastor held ternational scale.
.. BETHEL March tonight, led by' Pauline _
regular services an Sunday .On, larger trees the systems
JET SHOES BAPTIST CHURCH Marshall. Reports on sale of
! New Shipment At 3 pjn. the church joined New do not varY so much. But on You Get All Four -" UI
.. Sunday School 10 a. m. Preach suckers and peanuts Will'be published trees less than 20 '.
inches _
Bethel at Allen Chapel Men's across.
ing services 11 a. m. and 8 p. m. .next week. Mrs. L. M .
Children's Sizes 4 to Day celebration, tremendous the difference in board feet estimated 1-
Song service 7:30 p.' .m.Rev.: Royal, chairman.I .
by the four scales Is wid .
2.95 Values NOW 1.99 R.'L. Lee. pastor.PENTECOSTAL. success. Starting Saturday' -
will be sold at the church KLNGSIC LAKE

_ Sizes 1 to 3 ;HOLINESS each afternoon for the Sunday CHT7RCH OF CHRIST
.CHURCH 635 MftcMphaa St.'
School: project which is the" donation 121
NOW 2.49 Sunday, School 9:45 a.m. Morning C. ,
Values .
.Oerturf Jr.
3.50 School 10 Minister .
Sunday a.,m.; MornIng of a new piano.; All personsare : _
Worship 11 Lm. Evening
Worship. 11 a. m.; Evangelistic asked to come' and eat a Sunday -- Bible: Study 10 a.m.

- ALSO -' MRS. .DAY'S IDEAL SHOES services 7:30 p. m. .? sandwich with us every Saturday.We .' each Service Wednesday 7:30 pjn.7:30 Prayer p.m.Meeting Every. Horning Worship: 11 a.m. Evening ..;:: J:;. Member Florida National Group
Wednesday Prayer Worship 6:30: p.m. '
'- MeetingS are glad that Sister, 'Ethel one welcome.-Rev. H.IL j V
,Mott Wednesday -'Bible study 7:30 s ,
7:30p.m. Jeanette
Williams is able to be pastor.
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I Cattlemen's Officers %Woman Is Fined, Bradford Hospital Blood Bank I,Manager. Named I Dogs Bring Down. Their Quarry ,. .

Loses License Accepted .ByStCfe Association 'For : :

J4 1I "' ._ ------ ,- .. ..- citY's.New .t.w:1jTT iI: I

I } !
J JJ InTrafficTase, ; Radio Station

J "" __ _
'1.Irs. T. W.iSerency, 536 CherrySt. -
,_ s ., war fined'$50 and her dri Gordon Robbie, )J. Jacksonville : '. : -
: ,broadcaster, has been ,selected '
ver's, license suspended for 30 : rI : Li -
as manager of radio station ',,-
lays after being found guilty in.Mayor's ..
t Court Monday of 'reckless WRGR, 0\V'being constructed in I ,.t- -

Starke, Fred Temple, one of the -
driving and causing an accident I : -: .:
Tidewater .
partners ,of Broadcasters ,
i I which holds the : ,:
I permitfor .
The came the result -
charges as
r jr __
I- ______ the new station, announcedthis
)f a collision between the car 1"'L '
: -- I week. f ; :
driven: by Inv ,Serency and one _'
Robbie will
-I--- move to Starke
Driven by Ernest Grube of New .
fork. No one was hurt in the L from a position with WJHP in I
wreck. Jacksonville. He was formerly ,
: ,
Mrs. ,Serency admitted that she & ', associated with Temple .in the _

pulled away from a store, onto 'F operation of WDSR in Lake City.

Temple avenue in front of Grube's "Selection 'of the remainingstaff -- --- .
ar.: She said it was 'necessary for WRGR is not yet final/'II "- -

for her to get onto the highway Temple, said "but will soon, be I Robert Starling displays ar 26 1-2 pound bob rat killed by his dogs

before she could see the traffic determinded." I on the Kirby Crews place about five miles west of Starke.

because of a r.'gn. obstructing Temple reported that the workof I

her Grube view. said he' thought Mrs. Three men from the U.s.r; & P.O. Concentration Site at,tamp little assembling,building beside the studio the American in the1 1 Sell It Kent It Trade II

4 4' JI Serency: was stopping but instead Blanding Tuesday afternoon.gave blood,to be placed in their accountin Legion Hall is progressing

"she came ,' the' recently approved Blood Bank at the Bradford HospitaL rapidly. A compact operatingunit
--.-. __ __ .. ,,,_1&i. , ahead.\Mrs. Serencysaid County -
-'"-- ------- -- -'b, -- -' -- ------- that she did not possess any Hospital administrator, E. Edmondson- announced,,this week will 'emerge soon from the WITH% A TELEGRAPH CLASSIFIED

New officer of the Bradford County Cattlemen's Association who I liability insurance.' that the local bank has been accepted for membership in the Florida welter of 'building materials,

took office at the meeting last week are, beck row-1-r, J. R. Wain- Only four" cases were heard by Association of Blood.Banks and is fully qualified to, transfer blood acoustic tie! cables "and compli- Low Rates Good Results

w rightj director; Footer Shi Smith, director; Z. W. Hamilton, director; Mayor W.- T. Jackson Monday, units to other banks for exchange purposes. He urged alL residents cated electronic equipment- Temple -, -- -' Easy To Place.

with the other 'three involving said. 'WORDS OR LESS ONI . .
tO .
Frailer Shaw, state director. Front .row, left to right, George Hug- of Siarke and other areas served by the hospital to come in and have SOc
of red Last week
l charges running lights. Dolph Chamber in.
Pat A. Miller president, and Ben Holtzen- their blood typed for future reference. In J. Strick- EACH ADDITIONAL WORD 2e
secretary-treasurer; The $10 bond of William H. above photo, W. another partner in the enterprise, _

\ice-presldent Dixon was refunded_ after Dixon land, medical}laboratory and x-ray technician is taking blood from said that plans call for the new :I. ADDITIONAL: FOR BLIND CRirr ADS OH OR ADS NOT PAID U ADVANCE
I, .pleaded not guilty and testified Harry Green, while Clyde W. Marsh rests after donating on cot at station to' be!'on the air by' Sun- JUiCK'I"U'U .

- Dr. Coe Continues that the light 'was yellow whenhe I Il left. Yernle'Thornton awaits his turn. .' day, Feb.10.. .

WORD TO WISEIS went through. Bonds of $10 "The partnership of' Tidewater FOR RENT Five room furnished
Study of ControlFor WHENIN NEED OF apartment. 624 N. Church St.
SUFFICIENT were forfeited by Mr. Alexanderand I Broadcasters consists'only of Mr. \ Apply 518 N. Church St. Phone

Sting Nematode 'Joseph ,M.: Goley. BHS Boys Lose' She Should've and Mrs. Dolph Chamberlin fWGGG. LANDSCAPINGFILL 1i -W. ttchg

Swede: Mathews, production The cases against Jimmy Sun Gainesville, 'and Mrs. DIRT APARTMENT FQR RENT on Madison
superintendent of Humphreys Dr. Donald M. Coe, plant pathologist Montgomery, 18, and'Mrs. Betty t Temple and myself of WDSR, St. Apply at Gay's Home

Gold Corporation, discovered ,.. th the Agriculture Extension Sherwood! arising out of a collision 2 Cage Tilts; Seen, A Few'. Lake City,", Temple said. "We or DISKING Appliance. Phone 10. tfchg

,during a recent encounterwith ,; Service, began workingrtcetrfly Jan. 20 were continued until have been provided with very W. L. THIGPEN 'JR. WE BUT AND SELL USED FUR.
of Jacksonville in Bradford County, on next week awaiting the releaseof Of The OthersAt great technical assistance NITURE. Elrod Furnltur Co,
the city police by our Bt. 3 Box 245-D- Alton Ed Phone 4L tfch.
that a beard can contribute a project of disease control in Montgomery from hospitaLBoth Girls Win 9th long-time friend, 'L. C. McCall f.f PHQNE297-J

to a character classification strawberry plants. are under $50 bond. Mont- least the embryo beardson WWPF, Palatka, but he holds no UNFURNISHED Apartment three

_ by the police Even I' County Agent George Huggina gome'ry is charged will} excessive Starke's menfolk haven't interest in this partnership or Starke, Fla. rooms heater., with Also refrigerator furnished and apart-space

,though the encounter endedIn 'said that Dr. Coe will work closely speed and causing an accidentand Bradford High Tornadoes wire gone. unnoticed. A lady tour- WRGR," Temple explained. ments. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Noll-

a harmonious' understanding with the strawberry industry here Mrs., Sherwood is chargedwith clipped for two losses in'th ir ist 'in a passing conversationas "It is our 'sincere wish," he 3% PAID ON, PAYINGS: -KEY- man 223 W. Madison. tfchg

the original description and follow through with disease running a stop sign ,and court ventures duringthe" past she filled up with gas ata continued, that someday we may STONE STATE BANK: KEY- OCR. TENTH AX1CIYERSABY

,applied to Mathews included control projects which have been causing an accident. f week. Green Cove Springs Lawtey service station was be able to persuade Mr. McCallto STONE FDIC.WANTED HEIGHTS. FLA.. MEMBER RADIOS REPAIRED
ww-h wording as suspicious, started in the last three years. bounded away from the Bradford asked what she thought of join us in. the operation of ReaM.ahl Make. C'.rseo.uaatefcl-.All Model
Bottled Gas
shady and other non-flatter- Of particular interest in Dr. High Prices, Costs lads by a score ,of 55-45 Tuesday our city. radio -service: for Starke., Such' Customers.- Low 506 new Installation cost. CHAtS. C. SHEPHERD
big adjectives. ,I Coe's work will be methods to night and last Friday night Palatka She'thought it I participation however, is not pos- Prompt Service. Harry C. Elrod 703 W. Call St. Starke Ph. 239
Of Miami Production :' was a nice Furniture Co. ttchg
A word to the wise Is usu- control the ating nematode, Hug: slipped by the ERS !, uin- sible 'without application the FOR RENT Four
place she said but room house
one thingcouldn't
ally sufficient, but if any: of gins said. Also included in the Told By Berry RaiserHigh .tet by margin of only four. 11M 'understand I Federal Communications Commission 21 INCH VELEVTSION consoles $15down and bath on Cherry St., knownas

the other entries in Starke's program will be a comparison'ofi point*;.1 -53. S* for authority to transfer II\ at Dahmert tfcoc Gas Joe Truby house. Unfurnished.
Why did they have a tramp range water heater.
Centennial beard growing few plantings of.virus free costs and high pries are Curtis McGee. Starke's only control to whatever new companywe FOR RENT -:- Two bedroom unfurnished Apply Mrs. Carrie Ward itp t/1
controlling at the
contest are planning trips Missionaries with some field selected .-. reported this week by Wade JettermarU'and Reason Kirklandset school house? might form should we succeed nl. deolred.garage' Phone apartment.184J.tfchs Cou- FOR SALE One extra large desk

outside the bounds of Bradford plants. Gaskins who has transferred his the pace for the local boys .. in persuading Mr. McCall to with bookcase sides. Call 134-J.

I County It is recommended I.I strawberry raising operations from in,both contests. Against Green ---: join us. Meanwhile it is our good ,ANTED-Wa.itress.G Truck Stop Restaurant.'Apply' tfhGuiliie B &' Up

that they be armed with Elks To Meet "; *' Bradford County to the South Cove, McGee scored 16 points Sales Boom Told fortune to have the benefit :of FOR RENT-Houss furnished and

official entry certificates certifying -* Miami area."We've and Kirkland 8. Against Palatka I his expert advice as our most ,. India F.rw I unfurnished on Lake Modern
J. ; BLOOMING AZALEASp conveniences.. W. S. Sibley, Sliver
that they are legally Elks will meet'at been getting about 40 both'boys scored 12 points. valued friend through this vital 1
The B. P. O. Hitch Firm u.u 10* to '12.00 Lake phone 3852, Keystone
_ entered in a beard-growing the lodge Monday, Feb. ,to at 8 cents a pint, loose pack, for our The girls, team ,rolled up their By construction period." I GREATLY REDUCED PRICE Heights. Fla. 4tp Ill

contest; and not fugitives p. m. berries all season down there," he ninth 'straight win to make the ... ..ta'.f,25 ti 100 .
fOR RENT Five room blotk
from justice. !I said, "but our costs are high, too. season perfect far Growth and prosperity have Asalrn stee 1590
A report will be presented to so as they, (Independents astL\'EDERE AtAIXA bungalow, plenty of built-in
Labor runs about $1 to $1.25, an ).iqueiked by Grein Cove by on- been famil&ir words around ,NURSERYP cabinets and closets. Shower
the the membership GARDEN AND
lodge by .porch; Two
screened carport.
committee and a date will be set hour, when you can get it, and ly two points. Tuesday night,I Starke In the last few; years Defeated IA E 'EARLE COLLINS' ; I room cottage In rear. Desirable
CARD OF THANKSWe our fertilizer costs about .25 percent With the: score 6-34.' With 20 when talk ttbbUt ,business conditions P. O. It.J 16S Earlrto-.. location. 711 Laura St. Phone 137.
degree initiation ,
for the and .. tfchg
more than here at home. seconds remaining in the game Jias arisen. But not many \ -
wish to express our sincere 41 new and'former" members into The soil down there is quite the Starke' lassies were three firms can match the tremendous 2 Cage Contests FOR SALE FOR SALE ;FIe room house on

for the beautiful the. order. different, too Gaskins I k' 2' lots o'n' St iClalr "St. Contact
appreciation reports.He
behind then Increase in business volume ex t ,
points but they Mrs. Adele Hick % O. L. Cere)",
flowers-.the. .many kindnesses andunUring'efforts All Elks ,of Starke and visiting said it is a slick clay, and poured oh_ the coal to win the perienced: by a firm established The Starke* independent basketball This, Lovely 2 B. R. home ,on Orange! Park. Fla. 4tp :/1
f Elks ,are invited ,to attend., that when it is wet youkeepthetractor West Madison with a very, very
: of our friends game. here only a little more than five team came. up on the .L
FOR SALE Three bedroom fur- _
lot. Really lots of room
and neighbors during the illness THE RIGHT POINT for thf moving or you'll bog down The girls scored a 62-55 win years ago-the Draw Tite Com short end'of the .score in court, spacious. nished house. 606 Pinewocd Dr.
fast. Then, when it is dry, "it here., Priced very' conservatively Pine Haven Sub-division. 2tp 2/1 9
and death of our beloved wife way yon write. Come in and select I over Palatka Friday'night with pany.. outings against' Cecil Field and .
cakes and is-almost hard as at $7,000 on t rm5. Shown by
and mother.- James Hornsy and your: favorite ESTERBRQOE up Jackie Prevatt the high scorer Growth of this firm, ,distributors the Gainesville, independents during : FOR RENT All year around 3
a rock. appointment: only. bedroom house Kingsley Lake.
family. Fountain Pen. TELEGRAPH. with 27 points. Against Green for Draw Tite trailer the past week. Inquire at Rosenbergs on Store'tfchg

Berry' growers In that area Cove Sandra Strickland, was high. hitches, has been,so great in the The Cecil Field quintet edged i Loads',,of 'closets _space In this

mulch their plants, using a hay scorer with 18'"points. last ,five years that it was liter- out the Starke boys 'Tuesday large 2. :&;; R. Home ,"built for !FOR house RENT car-port Four'roora and utility furnished room
cut from wide-bladed "It'snot
grass. Both, the girls' and the.>boys' ally:bursting.at the! seants of its --night by only seven points, 58-, comfortable living. The bed roams i, on Walnut St. Inquire at 504 E.Brownlee. .
as good mulch as we have a- : i Apt. 2. 3tp 2/15
This Week's Specials teams will meet Santa Fe on,the original _quarters on Washington 51. Townsend Strickland paced: ale Jarge, the living.;room Is
round here at homeGaskins
BHS gymnasium cou'rt.. next St. and'began construction recently the local, boys, 'by _hitting the. spacious, the garage tta.:hed. !FOR REl'TJ room furnished

said. Tuesday, night.FFA 'on a larger warehouse ,and basket for'. '18 points. A. Q. Tile in kitchen and bath. Not*new apartments with private bath.

About 20 berry growers a- ., l" -- office building. across the street!, Smith and Duane Elder tied for but not old. Just a real good buy Gardenia Tourist Home. Itchg
February 1 thru 8Men's round here have switched their I'
_February_ ':Members "Our sales have doubled in a- second'spot by, scoring 10 pointS at $9,500, on vterms.i FOR SALE -. 7 ft. Cypress fencepost
operations to South Miami in- tHere
each. 25c each Phone 219. Dr.
: eluding Leon. Lonzi, and Leamon Entertain Donors mount every year since 1952." is a'good; and 'solid older Marco. 2tchg 2/1

Norman. 1 f4 Bob Firth, owner of the distributorship Strickland was high point home just: 5 blocks from Post I PEANUT HAY FOR SALE fl. M.
For Fat Stock Show man also in the Salurday
,. said. night Din- Pussey Fort White, Fla. 3tp 2/&>
," Office., B. Living; room,
; contest
v I against Gainesville as
HANKIES I Tax Council Sets 'At a__recent ineeling at the The Starke warehouse services he scored 23 of Starke's 63 big'room;, Kitchen and Bath. Has FOR RENT *.?-= : 2. 'bedroom unfurnished -

ic Gainesville High School Agrl about .2400. dealers in six South- points. Gainesville topped the a lovely front porch and a backyard hOUlleJ.Newl? painted.
Phon818.. Mr!. Mundorff. Itchg
eastern' Firth said with with
states another street
facing a
Dept:, the Advisor and FFA members .
Starke- ,men' with 73 point '
_ 1st Quality Public HearingsFor of FFA Chapters'in Alachua about one-third of' its sales In James Phillips was second high- fear garage. All on ground floor. FLORIDA REALTY CO. OF
Regular lOc Florida. I Priced for cash or terms. STARKE OFFERS
County Surrounding countiesof
scoring man with 12 points. I
3-lirnit Feb. 13-14 Marion, Clay, Union,' Levy, The Draw Tite hitch is ad-, !New and modera :3 bed room h.....
The Starke 'team, sponsoredby SO A. farm with a very comfortable I paved streets. city .tllltlm. VA a. Bradford, Putnam, entertained vertised as the nation's "most Koch Drug store will .play 2 B. R. home. Separate) living PHI Fi..Bcl.&'. DO" payment
Florida with Brunswick Stew popular hitch for boat or utIlity $375.00: to Il.830.00. Hoitklr par'mBt
Open public hearings on a supper forthe' the Lake City indepenJent, teamin room, dining, kitchen and bath. Ilk* remt.Chelcr .
NOTIONS CChildren's Tax problems have been scheduled Donors. of the J. D. Odom trailers." It comes in ltd models Lake City Wednesday night. All in cultivation except about

by the Florida Citizens FFA steer Show & Sale to be held finished: in. either chrome or Art Holliday, Starke manager.,. one 'acre. School bus and jual farm, with lUod.,. bease.priced .

Tax Council for Wednesday and April 12, 1957'' at Gainesville., cadmium, custom built for auto- 'lZ1O.OO)<"IIP.
said that Pat Summerall, .football route. $7,500, on terms. Less for
"tHY,0 4 I Thursday, February 1314. in Among' other things the major' mobiles of the years 1946 through player' with the Chicago cash. Small mrrrK faclag ('0...'", Mate
: .
Regular lOc rea.onably -
sad f. S. Highway priced
I Tallahassee. At that time) mem- i items of business was to organize 1957. Cardinals, is a star performerwith according to .I.* ..<. loratloa.Mvrraatlle .

Many Items I' bers of the Council hope to hear I the.Donors.for the show and sale. Firth attributes the increased the Lake City* squad 20 A. farm with 1-4 mi..highway r>.abU............>.. motels

views'and recommendations of all Two Committee Chairmen were popularity of boating 'in recent The' ,Starke independents so frontage 2 B. R. house, pump and iBbctaatlal p

interested people. and concerns. appointed for the coming year. years as well as the tremendous far this season have 'won six I house, car &hed'and other build Ceauult u. before you laifit la-

The State Council has received Mr. Tom Walsh, President of the surge in auto buying as. factorsin games and *lost four. ings. $500 will handle. Balance'! Florida.

reports from the County Councils Ala'chua County' Cattleman's Association the 'success of his sales. easy.- Close to U. S. SOl and FLORIDA REALTY CO.

:. that were named last fall to study was appointed chairmanof Over, ,a half million hitcjieahavefceen Humphreys plant la Lawtey. 'I 'Of".Sfarke
t tax problems on the local level the Buyers & Sellers committee, : Income Tax Class .TrlephOBC383
sold Firth
POLOS already, 20 A. Farm with 3 B. R. Home. $55 Ave. Starke, Fla.
throughout, the state. The Bradford and Mr. Jim Wershow, Presto said Temple
; predicled that the corn'pany's -
well with electric
2,9C County council submitted its the Alachua Co. Farm Bureau, To Begin HereAn Deep pump.1
sales will continue to Wired for elec. stove. Sealed FOR RENT Furnished 4room'apartment
report in December. was appointed chairman of the I with private bath,. (I*
boom in the months and to
years Closets in all bed
Long Sleeves Awards & Prize Committee. through N. Temple Ave. Phone 52-J. tfchg
After the public hearings on
1st come, though the rate of Increase Adult Edvc.ition Course on'Fi'.v rooms.' Cabinet and sink in kit-
Quality Feb. 13-14, the State council will The FFA members of the 15 LADY will care for children at
slow-down to You
49c Value chapters participating in the show may some. Prepare Income I chen. On' Mail and school route her home. Mrs. N. Parrish, 513
continue its and will sub-
study I
Tax will be conducted in Starke. Itp
The Draw Tite hitches manufactured Report" Owner transferred and says ,sell West Pr tt.
mit its own report to the Governor have been feeding and growing
p in setters since last,October and November in Belleville,:Mich., are the library of the Bradford County -. for $4,500. FOR REST- 3 room', furnished
and the Legislature early
advertised nationally and will High School for three class S apartment. Utilities, furnished.
March. ** for the show,and sale on sessions the Feb. Here It is! A three acre home Private entrance. Mrs. L. D.
50 be featured in boat shows in on Thursday, 7, Oreenr Ralford Rd 2tchg 2/4
,Any person or association wish- April 12, 1957. Approximately Chicago and New York. 14 and 21. site West of City on Highway 16.,I

ing to be heard by the State Tax or 75 steers.are on feed. However Each meeting will,begin at 7i30 About 500 feet of highway front- FOR RENT 5 room furnished

Council should write to the exe- for showmanship awards and judge and last approximately two hours.. age.This is high and dry; a good house.lake.U.. $30 and per electricity.month Accessto year

KIMONOS33c cutive secretary, Florida Citizens ing each Vocational Agriculture Stake FFA Chapter John T. Drane. internal revenue place to build. around. Stars and Stripes. ,Phone Itcbg

Tax .Council, Capitol Building\ ,_ teacher, can enter only two steers agent from the Gainesville area,' U8l. -

Talllahassee Thus when show date comes only Elects Sweetheart will teach the course. Present. See me for these and other fine FOR SALE 1942 Willys Jeep
The Council requests that people the two; best steers from each I listings.( If your property is for 4-wheel delve._ Call Jax RA
call for instruction tfchgPostoh
: plans general 4-3991.
: who want to be heard indicate the chapter will go into the show. All Sandra, Carmichael was ,elected sale: and the price is right I can
followed at
1st Quality subject on which they desire "to other steers will be sold on the Sweetheart of. the Starke Chapter by specific problems help you to selL. Come by, phoneor LOT Bull Terrier. Back
each class session. and white. Answers to name of
speak. If the demand is sufficjent, sale at this time. / I I FFA. L. H. Gibson director of the write, I'll be glad to see you or Prinee.-t ..iard. Phone JS9. Itchg

I an additional day of hearings will anytime.
Both Chapters will go to the Adult Education program an- FOR RENT Three room furnished
be 'scheduled for Friday 'Feb. 15. Pack 307 Meets', nounced that the recently organiz For rent: safe or lease In hawley apartmenf private bath. Apply
State Fair in Tampa on ,Feb. 2 383 N. Cherry St Phone 425-J.
BATH SETS ed class, "Spanish Conversationfor a beatidf S B. R. Home and tip %/%!
Cub Pack 307 held its first and two busses will provide
Safe Driver .
Beginners which also meetson acreage.J.
pack meeting at the First Presbyterian transportation. In order to be FI H BAIT FOR SALE EarthWorms
89r' Thursday evenings will hold at 806 Pine St. JamesDommon
$1.00 Seller Donald (Bill) McRae, Starke Church last Thursday eligible for the trip,,, each boy classes in the southeast wing of E WALL. JR., REALTORPhone in Reno. The' price Is
Post Office employee. received an night, In the absence of the cub- must have at least a C average, rfeht com*. on. 2tp fIB
the USO Building for the dura- 487-J S37 X. Walnut St.
1st Quality award, last week from the National master, Ray Taylor the Rev. W. must be; in good :standing with tion ,of the income tax course. ... FOR SALE Lawn )1011'''. 21

Safety Council in recognition S. McAliley presided. Each den the chapter, and .must have at- Inch power. Cheap. E. J. OHara.
I Interested adults are urged to OPENINGS for Secretary and Steno New Blanding Rd. 3/4 mile past
I of 1O years of safe driving. and person present' was recognized. tended at least 75 per cent of the join the class now, Gibson said. grapher. Attractive positions for Cltv Limits. Itn_

McRae, a mail carrier on Rt-1, meetings since .the beginning of young women who desire interesting
150 I I All adults interested in any non-routine work. Typingand FOR SALE Corner of Walnut and
has driven 209,040 accident free Awards were presented to sev- school. class being conducted under the shorthand required. Interview Brownlee .St*. 3 lots 8. 9. It 1
miles' during that time.: 1 eral, boys and'attendance pins Members ofthe Bradford Chap daily: 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.: bungalow. 1 duplex and 1 'metalcarage.
BOTTOM W. Call St 1I I evening school program are Invited Wednesday evening*, 6:38 to 9 .. Known as the A. H.
to four 'Plans
were given boys.' ter came to our meeting recentlyto to contact the p.m.; Saturdays 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Green property. For Information,
CARD OF TIttXKS I were made for the ''Blue andGold" hear talk tractors and SperryElectronic Tube Division ,>,,11 Vrc. A. F. Sauls phone 1(3- _
in a on. director at 59-J. Classes are near Municipal Airport, W. < banquet : February.
We wish to thank everyone for how to, take' care of them to get limited. to 20 members. Gainesville. Fla. ltchg
i ( WA TED
Following group games the WAIT
at less-
their thoughtfulness during our j longerservice expe se. In
RESS. Appy person at Garden _
cubs and their guests -w?re served ... Margaret and Ilae's. Day Nursery
I'HONE recent bereavement. The food that The speakers"were Chuck Belote Fishing Charge opening Feb. 1 for all ages ofhndren. Restaurant. Xo telephone Calls. _
j S a3M was brought and the kind things refreshments by the mothers,. and ,Orville Crist of Gainesville. By hour. day or week. trch*. _

that were said and done are appreciated present. ___ Other guests at this meeting Jack..Anders, a Bradford County 418, East Call St. Itp DACHSHUND, have RED. by femaje' ,found.01ll"tltr'maT _

also.. The flowers were "::YOU'LL LOVE th > new Ester- were:T. N. Norman T. L. Orr, rran, was chargei this week by FOR SALE 'Two 1957 House ad and feed bilL'See City nayfa Police for _

lovely, and we. wish, to thank brook pi usei3zefotmntaIn. pens in and'-W..E.,.Lawson. We 'always Game, Warden WiPiam My Allen .Trailers.rooms. 1-1 32-ft.U with fjc 'with 1 bedroom.2 be- -' "' to Itch* _

everyone for everything. The pastel shades. Only $3.09 at Brad-. welcome. visitors; and,/'hope' they with fishing in' Little Santa Fe Will sacrifice. Must sell Lone FORWENT: : OR SALE it room

Clyde Hersey Family. ford' County. Telegraph,' come- ,"_again.-# : ,., Lake without fishing license. J orth.-Palm .Trailer Park?_ Hiway l tfchg 301 Church unfurnished St bouse.' Apply ij ItpI w _

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